07-21-2014, 09:49 AM #1
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- Sep 2013
- New Iberia, LA
Getting moiisture out of hull after a ride.
Something I thought I would share with the group. As you know, there is always moisture in the hull after riding your ski. I feel it is important to get that moisture out as soon as you can and keep it dry. So, what I do is pull the ski into my garage and pop the hood open and pull the rear seat. I put a simply box fan over the hood opening and turn it on HI. It forces air thru the hull and out of the rear opening. I'm lucky enough to have a window A/C unit that helps speed this process up as it draws moisture out of the air. After a few hours the hull is dry.
This works outdoors too, provided the humidity is not too high ( I live in South Louisiana).
If riding in salt water, you might rinse the inside of the hull with fresh water first.
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