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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-24-2008, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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Cheap all temp wax

Alpine charges 12 bucks for a 40 gram block. Any good web sites for just a huge block of generic all temp wax? Thanks.
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Woops, meant to put this in the equipment forum, my bad.
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Hertel Super Hotsauce Snowboard Wax Bulk (10lbs)

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Tognar has like 2.5 pounds of Universal Toko wax for $25 + 7 shipping or so. They'll last you a real long time and you can sell them to people if you want to make some money back.

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Bah, forgot about Tognar.
Toko Wax Ski Waxing Snowboard Waxes Tognar
11 lbs of wax for $100. Fuck Hertel.

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The Hertel Super Hotsauce works great. I've been using that for years. Just tried the Spring Solution last spring and, for the money, it's the best spring wax I've ever used.

Super Hotsauce 3/4 lb brick This will last at least two seasons if used the right way.

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how many times can you wax your board with a 2.5kilo wax block?
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2.5 lbs, I suspect would last about a season. Many wax jobs that is for sure.
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My .34 kilo (.75 pound) brick will get me 15-20 waxes easy. Probably more like 25. The 2.5 kilo should get you 110-180 waxes. Used the right way of course.
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2.5 lbs, I suspect would last about a season. Many wax jobs that is for sure.


The .75lbs. brick I started with last season is only 1/2 gone. I waxed every two or three (16-24 hours) days riding. 10 or 12 wax jobs.

2.5 Kilos (not pounds) is like seven times the amount I purchased. And I plan on getting two seasons out of .34 kilos.
2.5 pounds should get you 60 wax jobs. That's a good season. Waxing every time you go out.
2.5 Kilos is about 5.5 Pounds. Right?

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