Originally Posted by paxfish
Sounds reasonable - Maybe some webbing versus a rope
UV will eat it up if you don't cover the board. You can forestall the effects of UV with something like 303 spray every few weeks.
I'm not familiar with 303 spray, and you bring up another question I was pondering. We've got two Naish boards, which are a bright yellow color except for the graphics and a textured rubber foot bed
on the top. While patching some dings in the fiberglass
, I discovered that the yellow they use is identical to the yellow spray paint
I can buy at the local hardware
I'm wondering if a coat of spray paint
on the boards would suffice for UV protection.