ding, ding repair

A crack, gouge, fracture, puncture, or cleft in the surfboard's fiberglass skin, often accompanied by damage to the board's foam core. Most unrepaired dings will absorb seawater, which corrupts the foam/fiberglass bond, adds weight to the board, and causes yellowing. The serrated edges on a ding can also cause scratches or cuts. Although brought on by mishaps of every description—flying off car ro...

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