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Old 01-22-2010, 10:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i was just wondering if rub on wax is as good normal wax and what r so good places to buy wax besides the internet
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Rub on wax will never be as good as hot wax. Using rub on wax is only a good idea between hot waxes for a quick fix if you will. Go to your local sporting goods stores and they should have them.
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alright ty ill check it out
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i was just wondering if rub on wax is as good normal wax and what r so good places to buy wax besides the internet
It's actually better than normal wax. Just use an oxyacetylene torch to open up those pores and let the wax settle in.
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ok but i think ill stick to the normal wax
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Just use an oxyacetylene torch to open up those pores and let the wax settle in.
And the torch also works wonders for firing up the ol' one hitter.

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Heres all the info you need here. Lots of reading but the info is GOLD!!!
http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...rd-repair.html
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