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|10-26-2014 01:55 PM|
I use a $7 iron from walmart. Works just fine, have never experienced smoking or anything - it doesn't have many holes, just a few around the top, but I don't think they make a difference anyway. Mine is set right on the line that separates wool and cotton.
Edit: Just realized this was an old thread brought back from the dead. Whoops.
|10-25-2014 12:23 AM|
I have bought Burton iron just now
Burton Hot Stick Iron Australian 230 Volt Black White New | eBay
I think it is good iron, I have bought this one because I need 230V
|01-10-2013 11:00 AM|
I have literally just waxed my board with a normal clothing iron and it worked a treat! Start on a low temp (nylon/silk) and progressively move up to the wool mode and it should be absolutely fine. Just don't let the wax smoke!
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|01-12-2011 10:57 AM|
proud owner of a Swix FX
|01-12-2011 10:29 AM|
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|01-12-2011 10:06 AM|
|01-11-2011 08:47 PM|
Originally Posted by Leo View Post
OT: I have a burton waxing iron... got it because it was on closeout and cheaper than the others. ($30? maybe? i 4get) Only thing bad about conventional clothes iron is the lack of temp. controls being made specifically for waxing. Holes =/= problem.
|01-11-2011 06:15 PM|
I actually read an article in snowboarder magazine about using a heated up frying pan, as long as its smooth on the bottom.
I've used a clothes iron before. Try to get one without (or with less) holes. The travel one would be a good idea. Most important thing: KEEP IT MOVING. Just like with clothes, keeping it on the same spot too long is what can cause damage. (Even so, you shouldn't run into any problems)
|01-11-2011 04:04 PM|
Oh well, I already bought one recently anyway. Now to find a makeshift wax bench in my garage. I refuse to purchase vices and stuff. I just don't feel like I need to go that far lol.
|01-11-2011 04:01 PM|
|NWBoarder||I think that whoever started the myth that holes on irons for waxing are bad just wanted to sell more waxing irons. The holes have never caused any smoking for me at least, and really, they are a non-issue IMO.|
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