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post #372 of (permalink) Old 10-17-2013, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by zackmorris View Post
I'd say they are more grooves than cuts. I didn't know if those should be prominent still or not after waxing.
If they are deep grooves, waxing will not fix it.

YOu'll probably have to ptex it.

If it's shallow, and you have tons of them... maybe a stone grind.

it's hard to tell without detailed pictures (I suggest starting another thread if you're going to do it)

THe basics of hot waxing is a lot easier than it looks or sounds.

Yes, I have seen a bad wax job, more like a bad scraping job, where it slowed down a friend's board (sometimes you cannot trust your own family members to do a decent wax job)....

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