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post #8 of (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 03:39 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
There is nothing special about the Bataleon's base that requires special wax. It is the exact same Ptex material in the middle as on the upturned edges and it is no different that any other Ptex material. It's a gimmick designed to get money out of you so you don't just buy generic snowboard wax for much cheaper.
Like I said, it's something i received with the board when I bought it, along with a plastic scraper. I guess when I run out I'll just pick up some Hertel or something, thanks.

Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
A "trick" I do is I use an all temp wax for the entire board. Before I scrape, I put some cold temp wax along the edges about an inch wide and melt that in good. What this does is prolongs the wax life along the edges. Cold wax is harder that all temp or warm so it does not ear as fast. Another awesome product for this is Arctic Hardener.
The block I have is cold wax, should i also pick up an all-temp to do the centre?
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