What should I seal my corn hole boards with?
Polyurethane provides a sleek, smooth surface for the bean bags to slide along. It also gives the cornhole board a water-resistant finish that helps protect it from the elements. Water-based or oil-based polyurethanes are both commonly used in the finishing process.
How many coats of Polycrylic should I use?
At least 3 coats are recommended. If unable to recoat within 1½ hours, wait at least 72 hours then lightly sand and recoat. Polycrylic™ dries to the touch in 30 minutes and can be handled after 1 hour. After final coat, allow 24 hours before normal use.
How do you clean corn hole boards?
Use a damp cloth to wipe off dust and dirt after every use of your cornhole boards. When necessary, use warm, soapy water to clean your boards. Regular cleaning of the cornhole board playing surface and frame is necessary to keep the board in good condition and ensure the durability of the board.
Do bounces count in washers?
Washers completely outside the pit area and those bouncing off the floor, towels or other washers are ineligible for scoring.
How do you keep score in washers?
Points are scored based on how close to the cup or hole the washers are thrown. Once all eight washers are tossed, the points from the round are added together. However, only one team will finish with points in each round because of cancellation scoring.
What happens if you go over 21 in washers?
The first player or team to reach no more and no less than 21 points wins the game! The round must be complete. If a score exceeds 21 points a penalty is incurred. If you go over 21 points your score is reduced by the number of points you scored to cause you to exceed 21.