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      If you're going to put a lot of money to get into snowboarding (or skiing), from equipment to clothing, to a season pass (or just lift tickets), you can afford to buy a basic iron for waxing (you can spend $35, shipped).
      http://www.amazon.com/Dakine-110V-A...XWW6/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1444170363&sr=8-7

      If you cannot afford $35 for an iron, you probably cannot afford that season ticket or that lift pass.

      I've seen some shops use a 2x4 bench with some carpet on the "uprights" so the cut edge of the 2x4 doesn't scratch the top sheet.
       
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      If you're going to put a lot of money to get into snowboarding (or skiing), from equipment to clothing, to a season pass (or just lift tickets), you can afford to buy a basic iron for waxing (you can spend $35, shipped).
      http://www.amazon.com/Dakine-110V-A...XWW6/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1444170363&sr=8-7

      If you cannot afford $35 for an iron, you probably cannot afford that season ticket or that lift pass.

      I've seen some shops use a 2x4 bench with some carpet on the "uprights" so the cut edge of the 2x4 doesn't scratch the top sheet.
      Kid, you are wasting way to much money.

      The carpet over the 2x4's is the best way, if you absolutely have to spend money.

      Look on Craigslist, find a table for free. While your there find a couple electric heaters for free for your garage.

      Seriously if don't have a seasons pass?

      And your buyin' all this shit, you are retarded


      TT


      This shit is all over the fuckin' place out there
      FREE FURNITURE
       

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