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Cornhole Board Care

Climate Control Counts.

Temperature changes can cause wood to expand and contract which over time could impact the look or strength of the product. For storage purposes, we recommend that you store it so it is below 85 degrees.

Changes in the relative humidity – especially sudden changes – are the biggest concern for wood. A temperature controlled environment is best suited for storage of the cornhole boards. Experts suggest that the ideal range of temperature for wood storage is 70 to 72 degrees with humidity levels kept within a range between 40 and 60 percent. If exposed to relative humidity in excess of 70%, the wood and finishes can peel or bubble when the humidity level drops suddenly and the piece contracts. The effects humidity has on our boards are warping, cracking, bubbling, and peeling.

Make Sure There’s Enough Space

There should be nothing touching the cornhole boards to keep the integrity of the boards in tact. We recommend storing them flat (not upright).

Keep it Covered.

To prevent scratches or damages otherwise keep it covered by purchasing our carrying cases or cornhole covers. We cover the surface of our boards with several layers of polycrylic to help protect them for years of outdoor fun. They still should not be left outside in the rain for long periods of time. We recommend bringing them under cover when they aren't being used.