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Yah, it makes the wax really smooth.

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Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
Those Scotch Brite pads are ideal for finish work after scraping. Corking is done to get an even higher polish to the wax. Brushing after you use the Scotch Brite also is good way to buff it out plus give you base a little structure. I start out with a medium stiff nylon brush then finish with a horse hair brush.

Keep in mind though that these extra steps are not all that important especially for groomed trails or old snow and is a waste of your time. The reason I do these extra step sometimes is due to either wet, sticky PNW snow or very cold, dry Alaskan powder. Any other type of snow and this really makes no noticable difference.

I have a complete waxing video posted in the maintenance section and the instructor`s section:

Thank you very much for the information. I mostly ride park so just the scotch brite should be good. I will probably brush when the powder days come though. I live in Utah so there's a lot of powder.
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