How to maintain roller skates? Our skateboard wheel manufacturer will tell you. Before each use of roller skates, you should carefully check all the screw caps, and tighten them one by one if they are loose. Before use, rotate each wheel several times to check the flexibility of their rotation. If you find that a wheel is not flexible, it means that you need to refuel. If the rotation is still not working after refueling and debugging, you need to find a specialized technician to repair it, and you should not do it sloppily to prevent danger during the skating. The degree of tightness of the skate bogie can be adjusted according to your own wishes and requirements. If the bogie is too tight, it will not turn, and the tightness should be moderate.
Before learning roller skating, you must first learn how to wear roller shoes correctly. Untie the laces first when putting on the boots. When you put your feet into the shoes, you should be slow and don’t pull the lid too tightly. If the knotted shoelace is too long, tuck it well or tie it on the shoe one more time to keep the remaining shoelace away from the ground a certain distance to prevent it from being stepped on and falling. After putting on your shoes, don’t get up in a hurry, and check if they are secure on the spot. Shoes must fit the feet. Improper shoes will inevitably affect the correct sliding posture and skills.
The boot part of the skates also needs good maintenance to prevent the shoes from getting out of shape and scrapping prematurely. After each use, due to sweating and damp in the skates, the shoes should be dried in a cool place in time. Do not expose to the sun or baking, otherwise the skates will shrink, wrinkle, become stiff and cracked. When not in use, the shoe should be supported and placed in the shoe to keep the original normal shoe shape.