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Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post
Do not follow this advice. Now I know why Carmen's board runs so damn slow. Get a snowboard wax, all temp, or for the temps you are expecting.

The Tognar advice was pretty good. They are legit. I buy a lot of stuff from them myself. The shop ptex is the key thing with them. Way better than candle ptex. I also get the base repair string as I tend to get a lot of core shots over a season.
Yeah for the cost of a proper waxing iron and proper wax go with tools that are made for waxing boards and not clothes. Don't go welfare on your tuning gear. It makes life easier and does a nicer job.

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