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post #108 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2008, 10:01 AM
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So I tried something new last night, and it turned out to be a neat little trick. Makes scrapping wax 10x easier, and probably helps clean your board some too.

After you iron your wax into your board, let it sit the normal time you would before you start to scrap (20-30min, whatever you do). Then right before you scrap, run your iron over the whole board one more time to heat the wax back up. The first iron/cooling session should have allowed the base to soak up all the wax it was going to, and scrapping warm waxing is 100x easier than hard cool wax. Plus i've heard warm scrapping helps clean the base, but I don't know about that
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