How to Store Inflatable Paddle Board?

While paddle boards are very popular in the summer, they can be difficult to transport and store when you aren’t using them. In this article, you will learn how to make your own paddle board storage system, so you can get your board out when you need it. The problem is that they take up a lot of space and are difficult to pack away.

How to store inflatable paddle board?

How Should You Store an Inflatable Paddle Board?

Step 1: Materials

You’ll need some wood, rope or twine, a drill, screws and glue. You may also want to buy some foam insulation if you live somewhere cold, as it will help keep your paddle board warm during winter months.

Step 2: Cut out the pieces

First, cut out two pieces of plywood (or other material) about 3/4″ thick. These should be big enough to fit on each side of your paddle board with room to spare. Make sure to leave a gap between the boards so you can easily slide them onto your board.

Next, cut out four pieces of wood that are slightly smaller than your boards. This way, you can use these pieces to attach the boards together.

Step 3: Drill holes

Now that you have all your parts ready, it’s time to start drilling holes into them. Start by drilling one hole through each piece of wood that connects the boards together. Then, drill three more holes into each board.

As you drill the first hole, make sure it passes right through the center of the board. As you drill the second hole, place it near the board’s edge. As you drill the third hole, place it just above the middle of the board.

Step 4: Attach the boards

Once you’ve drilled all the holes, it’s time to put everything together. First, screw the boards together using the screws provided. Next, tie the ropes or twine around the edges of the boards to hold them together. Finally, fill the gaps between the boards with foam insulation.

Step 5: Add handles

If you’d like, you can add handles to the sides of your paddle board storage system. To do this, simply drill another set of holes in the same places as before. Once again, the first hole should go through the center of the boards. The next two holes should be placed near the edges of the boards. And the last hole should be placed just below the middle of the boards.

Step 6: Enjoy!

Your paddle board storage system is now complete! It’s simple to assemble and looks great. Now you won’t have to worry about losing your paddle board because it’s too bulky to carry around. Plus, you can always grab it whenever you need it.

Conclusion

You may ask any question you like in the comments section below. Enjoy our tutorial on how to build a paddle board storage system.

Click to rate this post!
[Total: 1 Average: 5]

Jacqueline

I love to explore my self to the extent that the world stops teaching! By the way, I am "Jacqueline". Welcome to my blog. Have a great read and share!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.