Preventative Measures Quiz Please sign up for the course before taking this quiz. Your infield skin needs to breathe, so you should scarify your infield skin with a nail drag when you know rain is coming so it will dry faster.1 True False When a light rain is coming and you will need to get a game in and play through it, you should:1 scarify the infield skin with a nail drag for better drainage while raining. add a layer of calcined clay to help with absorption. do nothing until after the game -- anything you do before or during will create more problems. When you know rain is coming and you are unable to get tarps on the field, the best thing you can do is:1 quickly use your nail drag over the infield skin to open up the surface for better drying. do a reverse-raindance that will stave off any rain event. use a float drag to smooth the surface and, ideally, roll your infield for compaction and maximum runoff. prepare your supply of calcined clay to use on puddles and wet areas after the rain event has stopped.