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In terms of the topsheet on the Flagship, I have cut and pasted some processes to consider that we posted on our Facebook page 2 seasons ago, let me know if it helps you:
It’s possible that after a few times riding your Flagship you will begin to see some dark discoloration on the board’s topsheet. What’s occurring is a natural process of oxidation when the water and wood interact with one another. The discoloration that is present does not mean that there is water under the topsheet; rather this is the wood protecting itself. Also bear in mind that the top sheet is only a thin layer of wood, with a barrier of glass and resin beneath it, the core is protected from the entry of moisture.
You can remove the discoloration by completing these steps:
1) Let the board dry completely in a room that is at least 70F. We recommend that you allow the board to dry with the bindings removed for at least 24 hrs. If you are able to allow the board to cure longer we recommend up to 1 week ensuring that it’s completely dry.
2) After the board is dry prep the topsheet by using a Scotch-Bright pad or fine sandpaper (150/180 grit).
3) Apply 1 or 2 coats of external wood oil varnish, which is rated for tech / marine / furniture.
Completing these steps will ensure the longevity of your board and many memorable powder turns.
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