After a holiday and lots of work here we go again.
Just finished the hotcoat.
Hi vincent v , I wondered what had happend to you , well done the board looks very good .
Thank you gbzausa! For all the support and help, i made the process so much more comfortable with your help!
I took my baby out for a little test surf this weekend, baby waves at the north sea but man i was stoked!!
Just shaped the hard rail in the back and thinking about if i would sand the hotcoat and lay over an extra gloss coat or just sand it from 80 to 1500 or so and leave it there. Any insights?
Great looking board! I love the rustic look of the agave.
I think, based on the previous comments that you are using epoxy. I personally, have never been able to get an epoxy board to come back to a gloss after sanding alone. If a glossy finish is what you are after then maybe try a final poly gloss coat, and then buff it out to a shine. I used 3 or 4 coats of marine spar varnish on a wooden board once, and it came out really nice.
Vincent v I am not sure that I understand your question , but I must say that the board looks so good now that I dont think that I would change anything it looks good enough to be a wall hanger , its time to make a new board but try not to make it so difficult for yourself and make a foam board . Aloha