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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-03-2009, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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Waxing Brush Alternative?

i waxed my board but i dont have a snowboarding brush or pad or whatever there called are there any alternatives like a common household item?

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just use a scotchbrite pad to structure
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scotchbrite or you can go to the grocery store in the cleaning stuff aisle and grab a 2 dollar brush thing. mine is an oval brush with one side of the bottom has the hard blue bristles and the rest of the bottom is covered with the soft white ones. works great
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scotchbrite pad is where its at. most people have these laying around. IMO does a better job then a brush, i just do a once over to make sure there isnt any lumps of wax other then that i let the first few runs do the structuring for me, i can ride 6-7 days out rather then 3-4 with this method. especially on the rather unusual shitty snow up here we have had early this season.

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i waxed my board but i dont have a snowboarding brush or pad or whatever there called are there any alternatives like a common household item?
any stiff nylon brush

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