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I finally gave in and bought some of this stuff... wow is it nice. I feel as if I can defy the laws of physics with this wax on my board!
Another convert! Its kind of nice supporting the littler guys for a change.

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Where can I find this magical wax for cheap in Canada?
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the internet order direct from their site.

well i was debating between this stuff and some purl wax ended up going witht he purl microcystaline blend shit just so i can be different from all you posers

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Where can I find this magical wax for cheap in Canada?
Just make sure you get the 24 1oz bars not the big 12oz bars, its more expensive

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the internet order direct from their site.

well i was debating between this stuff and some purl wax ended up going witht he purl microcystaline blend shit just so i can be different from all you posers
Also we don't care what you think.

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So we all know Super Hot sauce is the shit. Ive got a 3/4lb bar that I can get one more wax out of back home. But anyone tried spring solution? Im curious I also want to try ultimate powder.

I actually came across Hertel when I googled Jeff Brushi and theres an autographed photo of jeff brushi that says that Hertel is the best wax ever
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how much do you guys use each time? i've read 1/2 a bar to a bar?
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ive got the brick and i crayon it on so i use less
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Really depends, i like to do maintenence waxes after every trip so just a bit around the edges and down the middle and the board sucks most of it up...on really icy days or if my board looks particularlly beat up or got some nice big scratches in the wax i use a bit more to get rid of it as best i can.

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Really depends, i like to do maintenence waxes after every trip so just a bit around the edges and down the middle and the board sucks most of it up...on really icy days or if my board looks particularlly beat up or got some nice big scratches in the wax i use a bit more to get rid of it as best i can.
I use about 1/2 a bar each time I wax, but I take care of my gear quite religiously so I probably wax more often than most. If you only wax a few times a season I could see needing a whole bar... but that is a lot of scraping!
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Oh i should mention i have the big ass 12oz bar or whatever it is so its hard to tell how much im using exactly...but not much.

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