How to maintain the surfboard?

A good surfboard is an indispensable part of becoming a water expert. As a surfer, surfboards are like our treasure, and every day when we go into the water is like a shadow. After a long time of riding the wind and waves together, it is inevitable that small wounds will appear. When they appear, they need to be repaired in time! Avoid secondary injury!! But usually thorough cleaning and maintenance can prolong the service life of the surfboard! Cleaning surfboards as regularly as possible is one of the easiest ways to keep them in good condition and extend their service life.
How to clean and maintain the surfboard After each use, washing and wiping the sea water will cause considerable damage to the integrity of the surfboard, especially when it is subjected to some collisions and impacts, and the salt will penetrate from the inside through the broken small wound to cause damage. Rinse with fresh water after each surf. This is easy to implement and does not take too much time. In addition to washing, deep cleaning is required after several surfs. Use different methods for maintenance according to where you surf and how often you stay in the water.
Effective cleaning starts with the right tools. Basic supplies for cleaning surfboards include:
hair drier
A pointed wax comb
warm water
Surfboard cleaning spray
coconut oil