Frist off i have the 09 Burton Bullet, and i have done research about it, but i can't find out if its extruded or sintered base. If it is sintered that means that i dont have to wax it as much right?
(Considering I go snowboarding once a week.)
So after one time out with the new board, i obviously cut up the base pretty good. So I bought some P -Tex and decided to try and fix it. I scraped the base first with the metal scraper, then applied P-Tex to the deep crevices, and finally scraped it off with my plastic scraper. Are those the correct steps to successfully repair the base?
I also noticed that after i was finished scraping the excess P-Tex off, i could still see where i dripped the P-Tex earlier, but it felt much smoother. Is this normal, to be able to still see where your dripped the P-Tex? (I have clear P-Tex if that matters)
Lastly, is there any rule of thumb as to how much you should scrape off the P-Tex? is it just until it feels level with the base?
Any additional tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.