I would really recommend not doing that. It's a light weight material that is not going to hold up to the UV and the weather, including the pollutants in the rain. They put a UV protector on the leach of your jib for a reason. Plus, it would be a complete disaster if it should unfurl in a storm. Even lowered to the deck in a bag, the tack would be exposed to UV and storms.I am going to be bad and leave it rigged and ready for afterwork sails.
My Main always touches the back stay even when the back stay is full loose, unless I have it sheeted in. So when ever I jibe I pull it across by sheeting it tight, complete the Jibe and then unsheet the main. that at least prevents the batten from catching and stallingSo another question for the forum. I noticed that when I have the asym rigged even if i back off the backstay tension the leach of the main sail at the very head still hits the backstay when tacking. anyone else notice that or am i doing something wrong? I does not seem to be an issue but I was just wondering.