Skateboarding is characterized by skating behavior, advocating free movement, experiencing and creating the feeling of super-gravity, and bringing the joy of success and creation to the skater. Many young people love it very much, but skateboards need to be maintained for a long time. For example, skateboard scrubbing cleaning, skateboard bearing maintenance, etc., then let’s share with you how to maintain the skateboard?
One, skateboard sandpaper maintenance
The sandpaper should also be kept away from the water source, otherwise the sandpaper will lose sand and the friction will be lost. If your place is so dusty that the sandpaper is covered with dust, then you can try stomping a few feet on the skateboard, or slam the skateboard down with the sandpaper, and most of the dust can fall off. Many people like to draw on sandpaper or cut sandpaper into various shapes to highlight their attitude, but remember not to go too far, otherwise the reduction in friction area will outweigh the gain.
2. Skateboard surface maintenance
Try to avoid letting your board fall into the water to get wet, otherwise it will become soft and collapse and its elasticity will be greatly reduced. There is no need to wipe the skateboard with a damp cloth frequently, and the skateboard wiper is so clean that it does not help practice. The tail of the board will naturally wear out if you use the board for a long time. When you no longer have a crisp “click” sound from the tail of your board, you may want to consider changing it. Don’t smash your board or try to break it because of anger. The buddies who do this in the video are sponsored. Besides, skateboarding is innocent. Skateboarders only skateboard. Please be kind to it.
Three, skateboard nut maintenance
This is the most important thing we want to tell you today. The bracket end nut is actually very easy to wear and deform. You may never pay attention to this small part, but when you are about to change the bearing or wheel, you will find that the nut is serious. The deformation of the bridge caused the slippery wire to be over. Therefore, when you see that the bracket end nut has been worn out, remember to replace it in time to extend the life of the bridge!