1. Rinse the board and accessories with fresh water
After finishing a ride, make sure that everything is rinsed down
properly with fresh water. Don’t be afraid of getting everything properly
wet, all the components (including the male/female connectors) are
individually waterproof when the PKL is disconnected.
2. Put the BP on charge
After letting the BP dry for a while (ensure the female
connector is completely dry), put the BP on charge. If stored
for a shorter period of time (2-4 weeks), the BP should be
charged to 100%. If you are looking to store the BP for longer
than a month, the BP should be kept at a charge of 20%-60%.
Make sure to check in on the BP’s continuously in order not
to damage the cells by depleting them.
3. Let all the parts air dry
Let all the parts dry properly in the open air. If you have a board bag,
make sure to air dry that as well, and make sure not to leave any wet
accessories in it, as they will smell up the whole bag.
4. Spray connector with contact spray
The male connector inside the BP compartment of the board is one
of the most sensitive parts of the board and should be handled
accordingly. Make sure to let it air dry properly, and spray it with
contact spray, such as WD40 or a similar product.
To minimize corrosion on screws and inserts on the Drive Unit, apply
some Anti-corrosion gel (e.g. Tef gel) after every ride