Triva: When to re-wax?

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  • #90
    Frosty
    Keymaster

      Here is a tricky one.  There are some occasions when your board is plenty waxed but you would want to re-wax it.  Can you guess when?Answer correctly and get stoked.

      #2335
      Josh
      Participant

        Maybe when you are going on a long trip to the place you always wanted to go and you want to have your board perfect.Or maybe when the wax on your board is designed for a different temperature than what you will be riding in.The last answer is my final answer.

        #2338
        Frosty
        Keymaster

          Maybe when you are going on a long trip to the place you always wanted to go and you want to have your board perfect.Or maybe when the wax on your board is designed for a different temperature than what you will be riding in.The last answer is my final answer.

          CORRECT!  You get stoked which increases

          #2399
          someguy
          Participant

            hey frosty i was just wondering if its better to wax your snowboard at the end of the season or beginning of a new season

            #2401
            Josh
            Participant

              Thats a good question.  Just guessing: i bet its better to do it at the beginning so its fresh 😀  You should start a new topic though.

              #2470
              Frosty
              Keymaster

                Yes, Josh is right.  Get a good hot wax and tune like right now (pre-season)!

                #2515
                just_kaelin
                Participant

                  this is probably a retard question but waxing is to fill in little abrasions and make everything killer smooth on the bottom.. but that wouldnt be necessary if your board was brand new right?

                  #2517
                  Josh
                  Participant

                    If it comes pre waxed, no.  I know burtons come pre waxed.Frosty might be able to corect me though

                    #2528
                    Frosty
                    Keymaster

                      If it comes pre waxed, no.  I know burtons come pre waxed.Frosty might be able to corect me though

                      Some people say always wax, no matter what; but (as Josh correctly stated) my latest Burton board came pre-waxed and it was a really nice wax job.  Very impressive!  I guess you gotta call em as you see em.

                      #3552
                      snowflakes
                      Participant

                        I`ve got my wax done when i bought my new board and went for 5 to 6 runs. Planning to go for another trip and maybe 9 to 10 runs. I don`t  have hot wax so, do rub-on wax is enough? otherwise do I eve need to wax at all?

                        #3553
                        Frosty
                        Keymaster

                          I`ve got my wax done when i bought my new board and went for 5 to 6 runs. Planning to go for another trip and maybe 9 to 10 runs. I don`t  have hot wax so, do rub-on wax is enough? otherwise do I eve need to wax at all?

                          It really depends on how the board looks.  I suggest to take it to the shop at the Moun

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