In fact, the functional properties of the kickboard and pull buoy cannot be compromised as the materials used will keep them buoyant and afloat. After all, who wants to go to the pool with a kickboard that looks like it has been through a lot?
How to treat a kickboard
Always rinse the kickboard and pull buoy thoroughly with clean, fresh water after swimming.
Always take the aids out of the backpack and allow them to dry naturally.
Store the kickboard and pull buoy in a dry place.
Avoid contact of the foam aids with sharp objects that may damage them.
How not to handle the kickboard
Do not leave the kickboard and pull buoy in a swim bag with no air circulation after swimming.
Do not dry the foam aids with hot air.
Do not place the kickboard and pull buoy on heat sources - they may become deformed.
Avoid contact of aids with solvents, oils or chemicals.