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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 02-26-2008, 11:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
the only thing that works come spring is the One Ball Jay wax with graphite in it...and it smells delicous too.
thats what i use over here on my board all the time too. lol, someone in my dorm always thinks im baking cookies when i start to heat it up

and it cost me $12 for a stick of it. I also just use my regular clothes iron. Of course, I don't use it for clothes anymore, but it was a cheap iron from walmart and works fine.
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how many waxes does a $10 puck of the stuff last? ive always brought my board to the shop to get it waxed (i figured the whole process was like changing the oil on your car; sucks so much id rather not save the money)
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Last time I got a 120gram bar, it lasted 5 times...because my bro and I went completely overkill on it and dripped it like crazy on our boards.

I think it should use 10-15g of wax each time?

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