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    Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 7:53pm
I was wondering if its better to store my boards with them laying flat? or standing up leaning against something?

i wasnt sure if it would be bad for the board if they were standing up against a wall for a long time. Just wanted to check
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 7:57pm
I sometimes lay them or stand them, both in a bord bag. I also have a Boardz Up wall mount that is great to display the boards. I would say as long as you don't store them in a potentially hot area like an attic you should be fine.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 7:57pm
dude i would go for a burton mount i got an extra in box id ship you for like 15-20
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 8:09pm
i was thinking about possible building a mini-rack to hold them but i dont really want any of those clip mounts personally.

i was really wondering about the leaning vs laying flat because i was either putting them under my bed or in my closet against the wall
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 8:36pm
Mine just hibernate in a board bag after an end-of-season wax job.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 10:05pm
It doesn't really matter what position they are in although you should definitely put on a coat of hot-wax and leave it on during summer. It will keep your base fresh for next season. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 10:56pm
i havent heard anything about laying it flat versus vertical, but what i do know makes a difference is to have it in stable temperature, so dont keep it in a tool shed or garage or something
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 12:27am
I prefer having my boards standing up in their board sleeves. I leave an unscraped coating of wax on there for the summer and this would reduce the likelihood of it flaking off as opposed to having them lay flat on the floor.

Really though, think about it, these are meant to sustain your weight for a prolonged period of time, they should be fine no matter how you store them.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 2:36am
Not sure where I read this but they recommended having the board stored flat and not leaning against somemthing. The article aslo stated that if you lean a board you should rotate it around so its not always on the same tip for months at a time. I cant remember where I read that article sorry, but I always stored mine flat just to reduce hassle.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 5:39am
im thinking storing flat is gonna be the way to go
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 5:58am
I asked this in another thread, thinking having them propped up against the wall would make it loose it's camber.

Someone pointed out that most boards are propped up that way at the board shop, so that's good enough for me.

I did, however, get a fresh coat of wax to leave on all summer and put it in the sleeve with the bindings off.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 6:01am
l just store it flat so that it reduces room its take up. under the bed is basically where l put it 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 9:23am
I plan to just take off the bindings, give them a hot wax, and throw them in a closet until November.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 9:33am
Yeah definitely take the bindings off and throw on a coat of wax. I always store mine in my board bag leaning against the wall. Haven't had any issues yet and I've done it that way for years.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 9:39am
i pull off the bindings, put on a thick coat of wax and hang it vertical on my garage wall.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 9:48am
Originally posted by MrMeaty

I asked this in another thread, thinking having them propped up against the wall would make it loose it's camber.

Someone pointed out that most boards are propped up that way at the board shop, so that's good enough for me.

I did, however, get a fresh coat of wax to leave on all summer and put it in the sleeve with the bindings off.


I guess what you hear depends on who you're hearing it from because board mount sites will tell you laying it down on the ground will make it lose its camber so mount it on your wall!  Although I'm sure you can do any way you want and it won't affect the camber because boards are made more durable than that. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 10:38am
Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

Originally posted by MrMeaty

I asked this in another thread, thinking having them propped up against the wall would make it loose it's camber.

Someone pointed out that most boards are propped up that way at the board shop, so that's good enough for me.

I did, however, get a fresh coat of wax to leave on all summer and put it in the sleeve with the bindings off.


I guess what you hear depends on who you're hearing it from because board mount sites will tell you laying it down on the ground will make it lose its camber so mount it on your wall!  Although I'm sure you can do any way you want and it won't affect the camber because boards are made more durable than that. 


yeah, l mean if your board is able to lose its flex from air, your board wouldn't be that sturdy if you think about it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 10:54am
there's less pressure on the camber bend if you lean it against the wall.

i suppose if you want to be super picky, you should mount the sideways (that is, the length of it going side-to-side) on the wall.

personally i just lean em against the wall cause i cant be bothered with screwing mounting brackets into the wall.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 11:05am
i think the biggest thing to watch for is rust.  store in a cool, dry place.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 11:08am
i think you board is the least of your worry and storing your boots and other stuff is way more important
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 11:26am
I like to save the little silica packets from new things I buy and store with my gear (i.e. - throw in your boots, etc.).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 12:31pm
Originally posted by carebear

I like to save the little silica packets from new things I buy and store with my gear (i.e. - throw in your boots, etc.).

what does that actually do though... i never really understood them.

and i usually just keep my board and my boots sitting in my room. i dont do anything with them that way i have easy access if i want to have a living room sesh in the middle of the summer.  my board is usually fine just sitting against my wall
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 1:25pm
They are supposed to remove the moisture from the air. Do your boots need to be that dry?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 1:44pm
After giving my board a good clean/wax, i leave my stuff in the basement. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 2:59pm
sitting it flat is the plan for now. and im gonna loosen up the bindings
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 10:05pm
Either way is fine, when you lay it flat, just don't store anything heavy on top of the board, for a long period of time. Over time, that will make it lose it's camber.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 10:14pm
both is fine.. why u loosening up the bindings for?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 2:16am
you loosen it so it doesn't have that suction effect. in  fact, your suppose to do that everytime you wax your board 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:06pm
Clean them, make sure there is no rust on edges, hot wax them but dont scrap until next season, suspend them upside down to preserve camber.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:12pm
Originally posted by jdavid777

Clean them, make sure there is no rust on edges, hot wax them but dont scrap until next season, suspend them upside down to preserve camber.


upside down to preserve camber? What if your board is rockered? Should it be upside up?

What if it's hybrid camber/rocker? Should it be on it's side?



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:25pm
Dang, I never thought about the bindings making permanent changes to the board...good call!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:41pm
waxed and then put in a board bag. then laid on the ground. took off the bindings.

just make sure there is nothing on top of the board
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:45pm
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I like to save the little silica packets from new things I buy and store with my gear (i.e. - throw in your boots, etc.).
 
These things just give me the temptation to gnaw on them.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:55pm
I dont think laying it flat, upside down, propping it again a wall, etc would really effect the camber or structure of the board unless it was in a really warm environment and had excess weight applied to it.
 
Just wax it and dont scrape the excess and keep it in a stable environment.
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My place doesn't have too much room cuz its a small place so I have to stand it up. But I don't think it matters what position its in aslong as it's indoor away from temp changes.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 7:42pm
when it comes to waxing my boards, where can i get one of those scrapers for cheap?
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thanks nautika, i checked them out
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hmm.. didn' tknow about the suction effect thing.. but how long will it take for that to happen??

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2011 at 6:15pm
uhh...season's not over.  There's still like 10 feet of base up there
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2011 at 7:17pm
Originally posted by Wilz

hmm.. didn' tknow about the suction effect thing.. but how long will it take for that to happen??

 
 
It can happen after one waxing.  Ive known people who always left their bindings on and had no problems, and ive known people who always take their bindings off.  There really isnt a pattern to it but it seems logical to take them off before waxing to avoid any chance of damage.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 2:07am
If you leave your bindings tight while waxing your board you can get bumps in the base from where the screws are. I just chuck all my boards in the sleeves they come with when you buy them, after putting a thick coat of summer wax on. I chuck them all on my board bag which has dividers and i put all my outwear, boots and bindings packed in around each other and throw it under the bed for next season. i usually put my helmet, goggles gloves bandannas etc in a plastic tub and chuck in the bottom of the closet just so they don't take up too much room under the bed. I didn't know leaning your board up vertically could actually damage it. i though it wouldn't have enough weight on it to do that
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I store my board on the wall using Board Straps.
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I have mine in the wrapper it came in and standing against the wall of my closet.
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I stack all mine up together vertically and keep them in a dry place to stop the edges rusting.

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You're not going to hurt your board leaning it up against a wall for a while.  If you avoid a damp basement you can spare your edges from some surface rust, but other than that there isn't any real trick.
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Originally posted by robnezz23

Originally posted by carebear

I like to save the little silica packets from new things I buy and store with my gear (i.e. - throw in your boots, etc.).
 
These things just give me the temptation to gnaw on them.

They are quite bland but I find them delicious when sprinkled over a bowl of hot spinach.

For board storage place your board atop the backs of 2 chairs so the front and back are supported but not the middle.  Place a heavy weight (50+ pounds) in the middle.  Let 'er sit all summer like that, your board will have a new Euro-camber.
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i dont think it really matter how it sits, mine sits on a rack.
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