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That looks like extra wax that you could scrape off with a snowboard scraper. Doesn’t look damaged to me. It’s pretty easy to hot wax a board with an iron and then scrape. Can you scrape some of the white off with a fingernail?


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That looks like extra wax that you could scrape off with a snowboard scraper. Doesn’t look damaged to me. It’s pretty easy to hot wax a board with an iron and then scrape. Can you scrape some of the white off with a fingernail?


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That looks like extra wax that you could scrape off with a snowboard scraper. Doesn’t look damaged to me. It’s pretty easy to hot wax a board with an iron and then scrape. Can you scrape some of the white off with a fingernail?


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Well that’s good news, I don’t have the board with me right now but I’ll check tomorrow, thanks for the speedy reply
 

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It may be heavy amount of residue useless rub on wax. Only left on tips of board. It's not the base falling apart? It's hard to see from pics.
 

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However those edges need some attention. A quick cleaning off the rust, tune and then after a day of riding, wipe down/dry the board...especially the edges to prevent rust (store in a cool, dark and dry place...not in a snowboard bag, or on the racks of your car or in a car exposed to sun/heat). At the end of the season for storage; wax the board, coat the edges and don't scrape.

easy diy...learn to ptex, wax, scrape and tune your edges
 

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However those edges need some attention. A quick cleaning off the rust, tune and then after a day of riding, wipe down/dry the board...especially the edges to prevent rust (store in a cool, dark and dry place...not in a snowboard bag, or on the racks of your car or in a car exposed to sun/heat). At the end of the season for storage; wax the board, coat the edges and don't scrape.

easy diy...learn to ptex, wax, scrape and tune your edges
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That looks like extra wax that you could scrape off with a snowboard scraper. Doesn’t look damaged to me. It’s pretty easy to hot wax a board with an iron and then scrape. Can you scrape some of the white off with a fingernail?


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Yea some of the white comes off with a fingernail
 
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