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post #243 of (permalink) Old 12-18-2009, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by skunkworks View Post
1) Yes I believe it's a putty knife, but I would recommend using a plastic scraper and see how you like it before using the putty knife.

2) If you're looking for a cheap brush I find them at dollartree store: Dollar Tree, Inc.: Search Results on brush

try to find the stiffest brush would work best.

3) I myself use around 26 grams or an ounce of wax for each snowboard but I've read it can be cut down to 12 grams for each wax. So for me a pound of wax would last me around 16 wax jobs.

Hope this helps
I ended up buying a putty knife because the hardware store I went to said they had some scraps of acrylic laying around I could buy cheap, but when I went there they didn't have any and had a $14 sheet of 18x24. So I waxed my board and maybe it was too dim in my garage, but I couldn't see any dust when I was brushing off old wax and during structuring/buffing. Other than that my board looks great, going to test it out tomorrow. Thanks for the help and info guys!
 
 
 
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