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Skateboarading wax?

Well I just got a new board, a Capita Sierrascope, and I have a bunch of skateboarding wax just sitting there because I really don't skate anymore. I was wondering if I could wax my board with it. It's really slick and works well on ledges and rails but I donno if that traslates to snowboarding at all. Well just put your 2 cents in and if it doesn't work would it ruin my board. My board has a sintered base if that matters at all.
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It's not the same. Don't touch your board with any wax other then snowboard wax.

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It's not the same. Don't touch your board with any wax other then snowboard wax.
Agreed. Do not even THINK of using skate wax on a snowboard. EVER.

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It's really slick and works well on ledges and rails but I donno if that traslates to snowboarding at all.
EDIT: You should also *never* have to wax RAILS for skateboarding. Just go faster.

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too late... he thought about it. lol.
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Guess I'll just have to find other uses for my skating wax.
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