Living in the Midwest we have to deal with variable conditions on the slope and you need to make sure you board is is top shape to get the best performance.

I am not a snowboarder, but skied form may years before I blew out my knee. I know when I was a kid that their is nothing worse than sticky snow and you ave muddy skis, barely moving. Snowboarding involves a big investment so you want to make sure you take care of your stuff.

The video below gives you step by step instructions, but keep in mind this can get kind of touchy, so be careful you don't want to ruin your board. Even with the lack of snow so far this winter, at least we have artificial snow too.