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Old 05-02-2013, 01:08 AM   #9 (permalink)
stan_darsh
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if it's a new board and no scratches or heavy wear, you probably don't need a base grind. i guess the structure might help you hold some extra wax on there, but i really think it is not necessary, and you should try a base cleaner first.

it's super easy: get a bottle of some kind of citrus snowboard base cleaner - i'm sure you can find a cheap one online. get a shitty towel and apply it to the board and take all that shit off. then dry it with a clean towel and let it air dry for a while. after it's completely dry, give it a good hot wax. you'll be hauling ass next time.
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