I have a skateboard deck from the 1980s which I would like to restore.
It is probably made of 7 ply maple, and I suspect it has dry rot on the bottom.
Attached are some photos of bottom of the deck.
My current plan is to
1. Remove all hardware, grip tape, etc
2. Sand the deck
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