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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-05-2011, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Will this be gone with a wax job

So I was bored today so I went outside and used some little wood box to practice 180ing off and onto and i got 3 little kinks or scratches on my board but idk if it's the base or just the wax.. in other words will it be good with a wax job or do i need to ptex it :S




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No but a razor blade sure will help.


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Like BA said, use a razor blade to smooth it out. Doesn't look like it needs ptex they arent very deep.
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yea i was mainly worried about the 1 that needs the razor the other ones r just the small little nicks that you get from grinding.. i think im gona use some plastic cooler now instead of that wood thing
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