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kingneptune117 11-16-2012 06:29 PM

Is this weird wax residue on my board normal? (picture)
 
Hey all,

Long story short about months ago I got my board waxed. About 2 months after that I looked at my board (it had been stored in a snowboard bag for those two months) and it had this weird white residue on it. It feels no different then the rest of the board, its just you can definitely see it on the board (the weird white streaks and white marks. Most of my board is flat black but now this weird residue makes some of it look white.)

Again, I cannot feel it at all. It feels completely normal and everything, but it just looks weird and im scared this is not normal. Anyone seen this before?


Almost the entire board normally is black except for the words and designs. Any white blobs/streaks is what im talking about. As you can probably see, I used my nail to try and scrape some of it off. I really dont knows whats going on, but my board should look better then this.

Thanks!

UPDATE*** I just tried taking a brush to it...most of the white stuff came off. I got this board waxed around 6 months ago. Haven't ridden it yet since then, but I will be in about a month. Do I need to take it in for a wax again despite not having ridden on it?

Thanks!

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