|13th June 2011, 03:39 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2007
exposure to sunlight: bottom or deck (wood)
On the bottom of our Carve 131 wood (2011) there is a sticker that says: To protect the wood construction do not exposure the bottom of the board to direct sunlight.
I am slightly confused, because on the deck I see the wood construction and the bottom of the board is completly white painted. Is the statement on that sticker correct or should it be the other way round?
BTW: Great board, my girlfriend loves it!
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