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apayne1233 11-26-2012 08:31 PM

BlueBird All Temp!?
 
What are some pros and con about Bluebird all temp. Do you like it? I need a good, long lasting wax to get and use. What are some other waxes you use/like?


Thanks again!

cd21 11-26-2012 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by apayne1233 (Post 543799)
What are some pros and con about Bluebird all temp. Do you like it? I need a good, long lasting wax to get and use. What are some other waxes you use/like?


Thanks again!

good thread i was thinking of trying that too

apayne1233 11-26-2012 08:35 PM

I know everybody is starting to get that 'itch' to get their equipment ready and get out there this time of year! I cant wait myself!

snowklinger 11-26-2012 11:24 PM

I just got 2lbs of it...but I have about half a lib banana bar to go through.

TBH the difference between brands of waxes is pretty small. Compared to any wax vs none. Alot of people like the bluebird all-temp. Supposedly this soy shit lasts better than most.

Anyway its not like its a make it or break it purchase. If you dont ride a shitload just get a small bar at a time and try different shit.

Last year I used Saucer Wax, seemed good but no real comparison as I just started waxing at home, this lib is holding up real well on the WROD though.

I like what the boys up in j-hole are smokin'. Bluebird and Remind in particular.

apayne1233 11-27-2012 06:58 PM

What is 'your' wax?

Lester86 11-29-2012 11:43 PM

I'm a huge fan of bluebird I'm stocked up for prolly the next 3 seasons, it's a badass wax it's bit tricky to put on meaning unlike reg wax that you have to let dry before scraping bluebird you scrape off while it is still warm otherwise it's a pain in the ass to take off. But performance wise it's top notch holds up well, super slick, and it's long lasting what more can you ask for. Top it off if your plant the box and plant grows its win win

RockyMTNsteeze 11-30-2012 12:38 AM

My box from Blue Bird wax never grew any plants. :dunno:

I have been using the soy based Blue Bird. I don't really give a shit about regularly waxing. The best performance is not a big deal for me. The wax has a nice aroma and I like that it is biodegradable. I scrape it with an old ski pass. After I scrape it I get a towel and rub my base for a smoother finish. It is much faster after a fresh wax.


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