Should you wax a bodyboard?

Is bodyboarding easier than surfing?

So, is bodyboarding easier than surfing? Yes, bodyboarding is easier than surfing because you don’t need to stand up, making it a good starting point for young learner surfers, but remember that advanced bodyboarding can also be very hard, as we’ll look at in more detail below.

How do you take care of a bodyboard?

Always do your best to store your board in a cool place and avoid it from overheating. If you have to leave it out in the sun, make sure you put in a boardbag or cover it with a towel and worst case scenario, cover it with sand. Rinse off your board with cool fresh water after every use.

What can you use instead of surf wax?

What Can I Use Instead of Wax? (3 Alternatives)

  • Full Board Trackpad. You may have seen some surfers using a pad near the back of their board. …
  • Cork Traction Pads. Similar to an EVA full board trackpad, a cork traction pad is a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative. …
  • Sticky Surfboard Grip Pads.

How do you get wax off a soft top surfboard?

How to Remove Old Wax From a Surfboard

  1. Set board in the sun for about 15 minutes, or carefully apply heat with a heat gun or hairdryer.
  2. Scrape wax off with wax comb.
  3. If wax remain, use flour or a wax remover to loosen excess wax.
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