Your hard bottom side is made of epoxy resin. To repair it your going to want to get an epoxy product for it to be compatible. We like to use epoxy putty that you can find at your local hardware store. In the video above we show you how to repair dings to the hard side with epoxy putty and then color match the board to finish the job.
The soft side of your crime board is made of EVA traction material. Tears can happen from impact of sharp edges like rocks or fins to the material. Fixes are very easy to this side. We like to use super glue to just quickily and easily mend the eva together from tears. Light sanding with extra fine grit sandpaper can be used to clean glue residue from the seam after the glue dries.
This care instruction video demonstrates good habits so your Crime surfboard can last a longtime. Like not leaving your board directly in the sun for extended periods of time. If your board is dark in color it is very susceptible to sunlight which can delam it if left in the sun. Also tips for putting the boards on racks to avoid rail indention, We also recomend the same care as a hard board, to not surf or paddle it in very shallow water to avoid hitting your fin on the bottom which could destroy the integrity of the fin box or even break it.
If you are wearing a fullsuit with your crime board you don't have to worry about traction rash. If not and you are skinning it or using a springsuit here are some good tips to not get a traction rash on your skin in those warmer waters.