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How to Apply Bluebird Wax?

I've read that you should scrape bluebird wax when it's still warm. Does that mean laying down a coat and then immediately scraping? Or letting it set up a bit?

Should you use a brush on it at the same time (I assume so) as well?

Last... anyone have some feedback on how well it performs?
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Yeah well I just let it sit for 5 minutes because it was too warm. And scraped it off. I was literally flying with this wax on my horrorscope. And after the whole day of boarding it was still on my board I could smell its wonderful fragrance. Since I'm on the east coast and all I think I would have to wax my board before I go everytime. It works so well on the flats that you feel like you can just glide everywhere.
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