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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-13-2008, 03:02 AM Thread Starter
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What is your favorite wax?

I have always used a blend of OBJ viper cold and warm. I would not mind trying some of the enviorment freindly waxes. Where do you guys usually buy bulk for board cleaning?
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Blue Bird soy wax. The bar is not all that big, but it lasts quite a bit longer than normal wax because of the consistency of it.
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I've been using this fluoro wax for racing.



Swix Snowboard Universal F4 Program


For cleaning I'm using some universal wax from Toko.

I think I am going to start buying in bulk from Ski Kare once the Toko stuff is gone.


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I picked up some of the KUU Mach III universal, fluorinated wax when I was in Banff this season, and it has been amazing. It was a little pricy, so I'm not sure if I'll be making that heavy of an investment again when I run out, but man... it's nice.
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Dakine usually, but when you ride 120+ days in a year you wax your board so much it doesn't really matter. Dakine, One-ball-Jay and swix have been known to grace all of my boards.

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I've had good experiences with the Toko Universal Wax and Whacks Wax.

Whacks is a lsot faster than the universal one I think.

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i think its time to wax, hot wax

I've been living off burton rub-on wax the past two years. My board even when i didn't wax after the third trip still performed the same, probably because it was new. The rub-on wax works for a day depending on the weather.

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i've been using the same stuff daysailer has a pic of. swix f4 glide wax
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