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How to prep board for new season?

It's that time! My season is about to begin. I'm taking my first trip up to the hill tomottow, but I have a question:

What would be the best way to prep my board? Wax wise?

I was a noob big time and the last day of the previous season I just leaned my board against my wall and left it there. Didn't wax it... I've dusted it throughout the summer whenever I clean my room but I'm pretty sure the base is dry! Has white all over it.

So I guess this is a two part question. Should I scrape it, then wax it like I would? Or should I just go ahead and poor the hott wax on? then scrape, then rewax? or am I completly wrong.

Thanks fellas!
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