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Turn the snowboard over so the bottom of the board is facing up.
Set the snowboard down on a stable work surface so that it does not rock or move.
We recommend using a table that is small enough to fit between the curves on either side of the board, or placing blocks of wood to raise the board from the table.
Assess the damage. If there are loose strands of material around the hole, slice them off carefully with a razor blade.
Remove any extra wax with a metal scraper.
Use 150 grit sandpaper to roughen up the inside of the gouge.
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