Shuffleboard Maintenance Guide
The shuffleboard table generally should be kept away from windows because of the inconsistencies associated with the daily change in temperature and sun exposure. The sun will dry the silicone spray that you apply to the playfield to keep the powdered wax on for consistent speed. And it will flatten or even crown a board during the day, and then the board will play differently at night. That can be very frustrating if you are trying to learn shots on a shuffleboard. If you can avoid locating your shuffleboard near windows or where it will get direct sunlight you will have a better playing experience
Shuffleboard Maintenance Climate Adjusters
An climate adjuster is not recommended to correct a wary surface if your surface is not flat it will need to be (professionally resurfaced in the usual manor). You can not buy one of the non-professional games made with a top that is poorly machined or made with an inferior improper material and expect the adjusters alone will give you professional play These adjusters will also not work on tops having open glue lines between the seams, or tops not made of the proper thickness. (a minimum of 1.5 inch are recommended)
the shuffleboard tabletop every few weeks and adjust as necessary.
Usually shuffleboards are set up with a slight concave in them but some
people prefer a perfectly flat board. (See the picture below with a
straight edge across the surface) It is recommended that you can slide
a piece of standard paper under the center of the straight edge as
shown below. However on the outside edges the paper would not pass
under the straight edge. This is a general rule when first setting up a
board. Next slide some pucks down the table and see how they drift or
how much they drift in towards the middle of the board. Then adjust to
your personal preference. To Learn more see video.