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Anyone ever tried Kickin Chicken wax?

Saw this wax on ebay and was wondering if anyone has ever tried it? I haven't been able to find any reviews or anything about it?
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I was wondering the same
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Your really buying wax on eBay!? You can get dakine wax for like $5-$6 at about anywhere.


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Your really buying wax on eBay!? You can get dakine wax for like $5-$6 at about anywhere.
No one has wax in stores for another few months around me... And the wax is 30oz for 20 bucks...
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Hey everyone, I am the owner of Kickin Chicken Wax. If you have any questions let me hear them.
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I got a half case of KC wax, it drips and spreads nicely. It's a bit hard to scrape when it's cool. Tends to come off in chunks.

Overall great wax for the money. Very fast, smells nice too.
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I got a half case of KC wax, it drips and spreads nicely. It's a bit hard to scrape when it's cool. Tends to come off in chunks.

Overall great wax for the money. Very fast, smells nice too.
Right on. I am always trying to improve the wax. Your input is a huge help. I have some supplies coming hopefully this week that will fix the chunk issue. PM me your address and will send you some to try.
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Right on. I am always trying to improve the wax. Your input is a huge help. I have some supplies coming hopefully this week that will fix the chunk issue. PM me your address and will send you some to try.
I can second the wax is quite chunkey when i scrape but it works awesomly.. I even got some of my friends to use it. I hope i can get the non chunkey one soon
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I can second the wax is quite chunkey when i scrape but it works awesomly.. I even got some of my friends to use it. I hope i can get the non chunkey one soon
PM me your address also.
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Also wanted to say you can reuse the shavings. That is a great way to save some $$$.
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