Skimboard Slip and Slide


Introduction: Skimboard Slip and Slide

do you have a skim board somewhere in your garage and need an excuse to get it out? Well here's one.

Step 1: 1

you will need ...
slip and slide
skim board
dish soap
snow (optional)
sand paper
and balance

Step 2: 2

First lay out the slip and slide. get it wet and put stakes on the corners.Then put the dish soap on the slide and any other slipery liquids you may think of.

Step 3: 3

now get your board and the PAM, sand paper and tape. First lay the sand paper rough side up on the top of the board. now tape it on. after that spray the PAM on the bottom of the board very heavily. after that your all set.

Step 4: 4

heres how you work it if you are unsure of what to do.
slide the board in front of you and jump on. but you have to maintain balance so don't do any thing ... unintelligent.

Step 5: 5

hint hint the board works on snow 2



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    unintellegint? hmmm... like put one of these o your roof and slide of into your pool? p.s. (if someone does this please put it on youtube and put a link on here)

    use wax instead of sandpaper if you dont live in a surf area try other kinds of wax: candle, +beeswax..that might be cool beeswax... but seriously most skate shops even sell sexwax (a popular brand of surf wax) yes i think skaters use it for ....... well i have no idea what they use it for but i know it would be more comfy, and probably more grippy than foty-grit.

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    i use Sexwax .....but for snow? keep in mind what the temperature rating on the wax is. id try a cheep wax, or stiky bumps wax somthing tacky

    i would say if you cant get sticky bumps sex wax or mrs.palmers use gulf wax for canning it is available at hardware stores and some foodstores and was the original surf wax


    they use it to wax rails so when you grind on them the board doesn't stand still and you fly forward.

    yeah or fly paper. but the water or snow would make it less sticky

    Me and my friends learned how to shove-it on a slip and slide. We did these amazing tricks. We slid on two boards and jumped on one right in the middle of the slip and slide and we reversed it.

    For the top of the board, surfboard wax, or even some types of candle wax may work better then sandpaper. The wax will make your feet stick to the board, especialy if you are barefoot. Plus you won't have the problem of retaping the sandpaper when/if it comes off, and if doesn't hurt quite as much if you happen to fall. Wax is a little more forgiving. Anyway, up to you.

    YES, now i have a reason to take it out, hmmm *light goes on above head* Lets make it happen!!!!!!!!!!!!