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can't find waxing material?!

l'm from Toronto, Canada. l want to wax my board but can't find a place that sells it. Anyone got any ideas?
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I just bought a kit from this website last night, shipped during the day today. They use USPS so that's great for us canadians.

Tognar ski tuning tools, ski wax and waxing tools, snowboard wax, and Ski repair, waxing, and tuning advice
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MEC sells everything you need....irons, scrapers, files, stones, bevel guides, Ptex and wax (KUU and Swix, I think)

Pretty good prices too
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oh really? l went to eaton center's MEC today. guess they are a fake one
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oh really? l went to eaton center's MEC today. guess they are a fake one
Well, they have more on their website, but the MEC in Ottawa is loaded with that stuff. No red diamond stones in stock, but lots of black, blue and greens. Tons of scrapers, probably a dozen irons, lots of wax.

Hit the store availability feature on their website...it'll save you a wasted trip. They'll move it from store to store for you as well.
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