Note: If you haven't seen it already, be sure to check Hurley Repair - Part 1 for a rundown of how we got to this point.
At his point in our story, we've identified which repairs are worth attempting and applied the fix(es). If you're lucky, a bit of cleanup is all that is required from here. In the following video we'll go over the cleanup using nothing but a utility blade and a bit of sandpaper.
The video will go further, however, and describe methods to bring life back into seriously damaged hurls. Like mentioned in the previous video, for safety's sake, some of the repairs shouldn't see competitive play ever again. That doesn't mean their useful life has ended, though.
Follow along with part 2, and let's get your beloved stick back in the game.