Quick and Easy Surfboard Repair Using Super Glue

October 28, 2013 by Super Glue Corp Leave a reply »
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[Photo Credit: www.surfing-waves.com]

Super Glue holds strong, lasts long, and dries fast, so it’s no wonder that we’re always finding new ways to use it. Despite the number of ding repair kits on the market, it seems that surfers often use Super Glue to repair minor damage to their beloved boards.

One message board at Surfer Magazine offered some illuminating advice for sealing small cracks on the surface of the board. According to the message board, a few dabs of Super Glue on spider cracks or small dings can provide a water-tight seal that keeps your board from turning yellow and getting water-logged.

For an extra-tight seal, one user recommended heating the affected area and applying the Super Glue while it cools (the cooling draws the glue into the cracks). Our Super Glue is made to sand smooth without becoming brittle, making it an ideal sealant for small cracks and dings. If you surf and have tried this method of repair, let us know how it worked for you.

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