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Q. Removing old Stomp Pad

Hi all!
How can I remove my old ugly stomp pad without any damage to the board?
TY,  Francisco

Lauren answers:

Hi Francisco,
I think I can answer this cuz I just removed a stomp pad last week. My friend expertly pried it off by slipping a screwdriver underneath.
But I'll ask some other people to confirm and let you know.

Jon Callahan answers:

I would recommend a large flat head screwdriver [to pry up the old stomp pad.]   Also if it has been on the board for a long time maybe use a razorblade to scrape the extra goo off and a little base cleaner to make it perfectly clean.

Lauren says:

Yes, we used a razor blade alone, not in a holder, to carefully scrape up the old glue. I needed to clean the topsheet because I was applying a full board-sized decal to my board that I had custom made by Sikko Skins.

I've been riding for a couple of days with my new custom decal graphic. Makes my 4 year old board seem fresh and new.
But we should have scraped the old goo off the topsheet of my board a little more thoroughly. I can see it through the decal when the light hits it right.

By the way, Jon, is there any practical way to re-use a stomp pad that you have pried off? My friend threw mine away, and now I can't find any I like as much as the old one that is gone.
 

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