After kiting my powered paraglider on a particularly gusty day, I had the good fortune of flipping my wing onto its leading edge enabling me to give the cells a good clean. A happpy accident.
I often rossette up my paramotor wing at the end of a days good kiting and as I am preparing to pack it away notice bugs crawling around inside the cells, annoying and dangerous as the little buggers might chew holes in the wing. This is a great way to shake 'em out before packing your paraglider away.
When doing this be careful not to slam the leading edge down which could blow open the cells on the trailing edge.
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