soft surfboard repair

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soft surfboard repair

Postby laurent » Mon Jul 24, 2017 2:48 pm

Good afternnon,
I am new on this forum and I apologize if this question has already been asked or if it is in thewrong section.

I have bought a vision ignit soft surfboard a few weeks ago, and the deck has started to peel.


Please could you let me know if there is an easy fix?

I've found a video online where epoxy resine is being used ( but before I use this method I wanted to make sure it would not damage the surfoard.

Thanks for your help

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Re: soft surfboard repair

Postby Black » Wed Jul 26, 2017 8:49 am

Don't use epoxy. Use a glue gun or proprietary bodyboard glue. Contact adhesive.
If its a new board take it back and get a replacement.

ps Make sure the glue you use doesn't melt polystyrene or you'll be stuffed.
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Re: soft surfboard repair

Postby laurent » Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:47 am

Thanks for the advice, I'm glad I've asked before blindly doing it!
I will pop by the shop on saturday morning when I'm off, hopefuly they can change it.
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Re: soft surfboard repair

Postby jpipe » Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:50 pm

Hi Laurent,

I work with repairs for many years, just to say....... I agree. Change it, because it will happen all along the rails.

The Deck & Botton joint should be melted as the Top Wetsuits.

The only brand I know with these kind of rails is Pipeline Softboards. You may find in Newquay at Cornish Surf School and Cloud Break Surf Shop Plymouth.

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