Corn hole games have become a staple at outdoor events and gatherings in recent years, and for good reason. This classic backyard game is simple to play, and provides hours of fun for families and friends. And if you’re lucky enough to own a Canopy Woodcrafting corn hole game board, you know the quality and craftsmanship of our boards is unmatched. To ensure that your corn hole board lasts for years to come, we’ve put together a few tips for maintaining and preserving your investment.
Store the boards indoors Storing your corn hole boards indoors, in a cool and dry place, is the best way to preserve the integrity of the wood and paint. Exposure to moisture and extreme temperatures can cause warping and cracking, reducing the longevity of the board.
Keep the boards clean Regular cleaning of your corn hole boards will help keep them in good condition. A damp cloth is all you need to wipe down the boards and keep them free from dirt and grime. If you notice any stains or spills on your boards, be sure to clean them up promptly.
Sand rough spots If you notice any rough spots or rough edges on your boards, use sandpaper to smooth them out. This will help prevent any potential splinters or rough edges from causing harm during gameplay.
Apply a protective coating A protective coating can help preserve the wood and paint of your corn hole boards. There are many different types of protective coatings available, so be sure to choose one that is specifically designed for outdoor use. This will help protect your boards from moisture, UV rays, and other elements that can cause damage.
Regularly inspect the boards Regularly inspecting your corn hole boards is essential to their longevity. Check for any cracks, warping, or other signs of damage and address them promptly. This will help ensure that your corn hole boards are in good condition and ready to provide hours of fun for years to come.
In conclusion, with a few simple steps, you can maintain and preserve your Canopy Woodcrafting corn hole game board for years to come. From storing the boards indoors to regularly inspecting them for signs of damage, taking care of your investment will ensure that you can enjoy hours of fun with your family and friends for years to come.