Maintaining your inflatable stand-up paddleboard is essential to ensure its longevity and performance. By following these maintenance tips, you can extend the life of your SUP's and ensure optimal performance on the water.
Here are some tips to help you keep your inflatable stand-up paddleboard in good condition:
1. Rinse Regularly
Cleaning your SUP with water after use helps remove salt, debris which can affect longevity of the materials over time.
2. Keep Your SUP Dry
- Ensure your paddleboard is dry when not in use. Wipe the paddle board thoroughly after every use to prevent potential mold and mildew.
3. Recommended Inflation Amount
Ensure that you put proper air to your paddle board to avoid over-inflation. Over-inflation can cause strain to the materials used on your SUP.
4. Avoid Direct Sunlight
Exposing your paddleboard for a lone period of time can wear out the materials, which can shorten your paddleboard's lifespan. Store your SUP in a cool dry place when not being used.
5. Avoid Sharp Objects
Prevent your paddleboard from being damaged by keeping away from hard or sharp objects out on the water such as rocks, sea shells and other debris. Heavy impact to these sharp objects can cause your SUP to deflate. You can also check these safety tips when riding your SUPs.
Make sure to follow these tips to keep your SUP in good condition.