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View Poll Results: what type of wax you hot wax with
Hertel 14 18.92%
Swix 11 14.86%
Toko 8 10.81%
OBJ 18 24.32%
Racewax 0 0%
Solda 0 0%
other 23 31.08%
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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 03-25-2010, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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type of wax everyone has been using..

just want to see what everyone else likes to glide on.
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I'm using Kuu Mach wax. It's cheap and plentiful.
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I usually use Swix but I got some Bakoda wax from a friend so I'm currently using that.
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That "other" is likely to be Bluebird imo...

I personally use and like One Ball Jay.

Been meaning to venture out some more but I just havn't ( =

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burtons wax.. what ever they use.. I have yet to wax my board.. kind of scared to to be honest... hotwax+iron+me= a preferably avoidable situation.

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I like Hertel, but Ive got pounds (literally about 6lbs.) of bluebird right now that Im working my way though, at the rate Im going, i could wax my board every day I ride for the next 10 seasons

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I've been using Hertel this season and its wicked fast. I switched my girlfriend to hertel without telling her and she noticed a difference. Great stuff.

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where do you guys typically buy Hertel?
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i get a brick of OBJ from daddies board shop... i paid 30 a year or 2 ago... it's still going strong.

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It's a good idea to coat your board before you throw it in the closet for the summer. Always remember that a harry looking base is BAD! Keep it coated with wax or else contaminates get in there and your base will have a harder time holding wax in the future.
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