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Deburring and Waxing

I'm planning on filling gouges on my board with p-tex, waxing my board, and deburring the edges. I know that you should fill gouges before waxing the board, but do I deburr the edges before or after?
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prolly doesn't really make a difference. Maybe do it after waxing but before scraping so you have some wax on your base incase you do something crazy with the file.
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do it before you wax. the last thing you want is wax all over your gummi stone or diamond stone.
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do it before you wax. the last thing you want is wax all over your gummi stone or diamond stone.
What the hell do you people not know how to scrape?


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