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Hey I was just wondering how were suppose to store snowboards, do I completley remove all the wax and toss it in a board bag then its good? or should i lay some wax on and scrape? thanks in advance
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Put a thick layer of wax on the entire stick and cover the edging as much as possible and don't scrape it until next season

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store snowboards

Just that idea makes me shake in denial.. 1 week left for me !!


aaaanyways, what Milo said + you should check for any rust on your edges. You can get it off real easy with a scotch brite pad.
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I get a full tune, tell them not to wax it, then get home and put on a thick coat of wax and don't scrape until the night before the season kicks off the next season.

By getting the full tune, you skip the clusterfuck that is the rush of people to get their boards tuned in the preseason.
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By getting the full tune, you skip the clusterfuck that is the rush of people to get their boards tuned in the preseason.
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I usually slap on a thick layer of wax but this year I think I'm going to do that and oil up the edges so they don't rust. I heard this tip somewhere, I can't remember where though (the oiling the edges)

UH yeah tune up your board before you wax it up. If you can't goto the shop and ask them to wax the board but not to scrap any of it and just take it home (:
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