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Any downsides to mixing two waxes?

i was gonna try a new slightly harder/long lasting wax but i already have some all-temp on it right now. should i clean the base off then lay down the new stuff?

i read in another thread that unless the base was dirty (it's not) then you could clean it, but if not... just to leave it and add more layers.
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its never a bad thing when we wax we usaully will do a base clean do a coat of colt temp iron it in and then do another coat of all temp and iron it in. this has been working well so far. cold temps are harder for your base to absorb seeing as the molecules are larger i guess, so doing a two coat will work better.


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