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The surface isn't dead flat because we didn't move slowly enough to
completely fill in heavily damaged spots, but it's more than smooth
enough for a hockey puck to glide well.
Honestly, it's not necessary to get the ice perfect the first time out. The overall flatness of the rink improves every time our resurfacer is used for routine maintenance. As a strategy, go over heavily damaged spots slowly at the start of the job and then do the whole rink at normal speed. This will take you over the bad spots a second time, after which they should be fine.