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Old 11-04-2012, 11:24 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Wiredsport View Post
A big reason why waxing before storage is suggested is to leave a coat of wax on the edges. That protects them from humidity, etc. and the pitting that comes from rust. You may want to have a look at your edges.
how can i tell if they're not up to standards? considering i know absolutely nothing about that stuff, i'd feel better just taking it to some guy/girl who does. unless it's pretty straight forward to notice, as well as fix.

i will try to learn the whole DYI for waxing and sharpening edges or w/e it is you do eventually though.

Originally Posted by Lamps View Post
Not true, right now that guy's board is stomping around the basement starved for wax, and it will bite his arm off unless he throws a cake of wax down the stairs to distract it before descending.
LOL! that shit made me laugh.

but i live in an apartment complex with store houses located next to the staircase top, so no basement with stairs ;p

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