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    Best way to seal stone chips

    Should I just use nail polish on this or something else? Does it look serious or just cosmetic?

    It's a Cannondale super six.

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    Really? Don't worry about it. If chips like that were a problem you wouldn't see any more carbon frames.
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    Nail polish applied with a toothpick
    Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right.....

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    looks seriously cosmetic...
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