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If you are going to try and repair the trace, I recommend the following:

  • Get clear nail polish and paint over the damaged area.
  • Use a sharp but small implement and scribe from one end of the damaged trace to the other, removing the nail varnish in just that line you've created.
  • Use the trace pen and reconnect the trace.
  • Once ink has dried, cover the newly drawn trace with clear nail polish.
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Originally Posted by ericeod View Post

If you are going to try and repair the trace, I recommend the following:
  • Get clear nail polish and paint over the damaged area.
  • Use a sharp but small implement and scribe from one end of the damaged trace to the other, removing the nail varnish in just that line you've created.
  • Use the trace pen and reconnect the trace.
  • Once ink has dried, cover the newly drawn trace with clear nail polish.

What do you mean by implement
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What do you mean by implement

Just a small metal hand tool like a dental pick or something. I was just being generic using the term "Implement" because it can be anything really. You just want a small fine point on whatever you are using.
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