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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-05-2013, 02:35 AM Thread Starter
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I am in Moscow, but don't know anybody called Vitali, sorry. It's just my board, I think I'll hot scrape it again before my next session, and eventually I think I should stone grind... I'm using burton hydrocarbon all temp is that bad?
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Sounds like the hard sharp man made snow is stripping your wax.
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maybe you want to check out this wax by swixx. it`s made for the dry snow at indoor slopes.



i don`t have any experiences with that wax, i just know, that there is some special wax for indoor-snow
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I dont think its the indoor snow because many people can go fast, but its possible. I think I'll just pick up the indoor wax and survive until I move to America, where I'll get a nice stone grind and my edges fixed)).
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In Soviet Russia ... oh never mind.
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1. Make sure you are using the correct wax for the correct weather.
2. Make sure you are doing a good job scraping.
3. Take a gummy stone to the edges and get rid of the burrs.
4. Keep your deck cold. A warm base on cold snow is a sticky situation.
5. Get a new a board. If the slush is slowing you down too much when it gets softer later on it could mean you are riding a wet noodle. Worn in decks don't do well in soft sloush.
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