I just came back from giving this board its second wax job ever. This time, I scraped the board up&down everywhere but around the beveled area, and then I scotch bright-ed the hell out of the wax built-up on the beveled area until most of it was cleared. It was a pain in the ass, but so far it seems like the only way to get the base wax build-up free w/o damaging the base material.
I want to take elstinky's advice and just leave the wax build-up to wear off on the slope, but wouldn't this make most of my day of riding a bit slower?
Good idea- I was just about to email them too. I guess they would know the best way to maintenance their own base designs.
Last edited by aeolus; 01-06-2011 at 03:20 AM.