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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-29-2009, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Wax Question

When trying to get your base to absorb the maximum amount of wax, do you put the wax on, spread it around, let cool then scrape and repeat.

Or, can you put the wax on, spread it, let cool, then iron it again, over and over without scraping every time.
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you can iron again and again and again and again

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theres no point repeatedly ironing it and if you're really over doing it you could burn your base. the base will absorb wax up to a point and not past it.
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You can do it but as said there isnt a great deal to be gained from it...only reason to repeatedly iron is if your hot waxing to clean your base...

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