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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-03-2010, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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spray wax?

is it any good? it's a lot easier to use than hard or liquid wax ... but is it the same or is it just an extra boost or quick fix?
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The general concensous is that its a waste of money. It wont seep into the base at all, and will come off half way through your first run.
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Agree with Marshmellow...don't waste your money.
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Hey whats a good brand name wax that would sell for funboxes, rails etc?
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The easier a wax is to apply, the easier it will come off. The only wax worth anything is hot wax. It sucks and I wish there was another way, but there isn't.

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Hey whats a good brand name wax that would sell for funboxes?

KY for her


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a little off topic but i just got a new board today and should i wax it before i take it on its first run or is it good for now
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a little off topic but i just got a new board today and should i wax it before i take it on its first run or is it good for now
Wax it


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