After spending a great deal of time perfecting the shape of my new board and then making a really nice job of my first airbrush paintjob I glassed the underside and the resin went off way faster than usual for some reason. (I must have got the mix slightly wrong but I thought I only put 1.5% catalyst in) Anyway the result was PANIC!!! I managed to wet out the underside enough but didn't manage to get the laps completely in time and ended up with very 'lumpy' rails which required careful and tedious ammounts of sanding. I am now at the stage where I have a few large areas of airbubbles along the rails which will spoil the board if left as they are. The rails are a light blue and I was wondering if there is any reason why I can't go over the lapped rail with a coat of the same colour paint before I glass the deck of the board and therefore would have a panel of paint between the laps masking the air bubbled patches. Would this be the best solution? Any ideas anyone?