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This is an instructable that shows you how to make griptape for your fingerboards or tech decks on a very low budget although the end product is of a ...
All you need: -Coloured sharpies, -a Ruler, -Scissors, -150 grit sand paper.
Take the board that you are making the grip tape for and make a rough measurement of it onto the sand paper. This has to be the length of the entire b...
Now depending on which design you are going to use, draw out the outline onto the sandpaper. I'm going for a red and white strip theme on mine.
Using your sharpies or other permanent markers colour in your design. I would suggest using old sharpies because this can damage them.
Using your scissors cut out the rectangle with alot of spare so you have excess to cut off when you are fixing this to your board. To fix this grip ta...
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Like it! At least they are decorated, They are not really durable.
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