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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-02-2008, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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Restoring a racket

Does anynoe know how i can get rid of the scracthes on my racket ? What i could use to restore it like ? Thanks
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Re: Restoring a racket

theres not much you can do. i guess you can colour in any paint chips with a marker pen or something
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Does anyone care then when their racket does get scratched ? Thanks
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Re: Restoring a racket

In terms of the material strength, it can be really bad. Every scratch takes pieces of the fibers used in the composite material, thus weakening the material. Every little scratch can weaken your racket, but it will not catastrophically break because of a few scratches anyway.

Theoretically, you can restore composite materials with small patches of fiber-reinforced polymers (the exact same type used in the racket), but it's not an easy job, so it's not used in practice.
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Re: Restoring a racket

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Does anyone care then when their racket does get scratched ? Thanks
I do but when you have a sponcer, who cares??

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