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    Posted: Sep/28/2008 at 3:08pm
so how often should i wax my board? i board maybe once a week.
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Usually you should wax every 2 or 3 times you ride
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/28/2008 at 3:45pm
hotwax every run.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/29/2008 at 9:09am
I wax my board every time I go up, even though it may not look like it needs it. It's a small price (time/labor/wax) to pay for all the fun I can have going fast on the slopes!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/29/2008 at 4:45pm
do it while you are going down the hill, don't you see people flipped over? thats what they are doing.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/05/2008 at 12:39am
I only got the one wax this season. I do not recommend it. My bases were very dry and oxidized by the end of the season.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/05/2008 at 6:22am
Depending on the type of base on your board and when it dries up.

If you don't want to spend as much on waxing, just wax whenver you feel the board is going slower than it was and if it looks dry to you (whiter base near the edges).


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/05/2008 at 8:00am
I strip, scrub, wax, strip, buff, edges every time I ride.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/12/2008 at 5:33pm
look at your base because all bases are different.  then depending on what it looks like and the conditions of the snow you're riding on you will be able to determine when you need to wax.Wink  You should also be able to feel the difference when your board starts to slow down.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 6:21am
uhm whats with the waxing every 2 to 3 times you ride???????? Thats way over kill! if your wax is only lasting you a couple of days riding... you are using the wrong wax!
Your wax should last you at least 15-30 riding days... depends on what kind of wax youre using.
A good indication that you need to wax the board is that the base either looks or feels dry (it will start to turn whiteish and you will feel slower at riding). You should probably avoid letting your board get to that point though.
If your base is looking like it needs some love, have it base grinded and waxed.
That will help smooth out any ruts or grooves you might have accumulated thanks to rocks, rails, or riding over small children.
Make sure to use wax that's appropriate for the temperature you will be riding in. There's warm, universal, and cold wax. All of these are iron on waxes...

If you have a brand new snowboard - DONT WAX IT!!! Enjoy the factory finish :-) it should last a bit longer than wax.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 7:14am
Originally posted by ShredBettyZoe

uhm whats with the waxing every 2 to 3 times you ride???????? Thats way over kill! if your wax is only lasting you a couple of days riding... you are using the wrong wax!
Your wax should last you at least 15-30 riding days... depends on what kind of wax youre using.
A good indication that you need to wax the board is that the base either looks or feels dry (it will start to turn whiteish and you will feel slower at riding). You should probably avoid letting your board get to that point though.
If your base is looking like it needs some love, have it base grinded and waxed.
That will help smooth out any ruts or grooves you might have accumulated thanks to rocks, rails, or riding over small children.
Make sure to use wax that's appropriate for the temperature you will be riding in. There's warm, universal, and cold wax. All of these are iron on waxes...

If you have a brand new snowboard - DONT WAX IT!!! Enjoy the factory finish :-) it should last a bit longer than wax.


i have never heard that...if thats the case cool, but after 1 day of riding on temp specific stuff I will rewax simply because the board doesnt ride like it did before, and the edges sometimes show a small bit of dryness. I personally wouldnt go more than 3 days with it.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 7:41am
thats Ludacris! I don't know anyone who waxes every time they ride. The base is supposed to absorb the wax... its not like its goign to be extracted from your base in one day...

Ah well, to each their own!
EDIT: So I did a quick google, and yea most ppl are suggesting to rewax after 3 days riding... that just doesn't make sense... Wax lasts much longer than that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 7:49am
heres a little diddy from the KUU manual :-)
"15. ADVANCED HOT WAXING

COLD SHOCK CURING : This is the method, developed by KUU Wax Technologies and is
used for competition. If the snowboard or skis are placed out in the cold or base down in
the snow, right after waxing, the surface area of the base and wax forms a tighter
molecule structure that locks MORE wax and FURTHER into the base than
conventional methods.

Durability: We have found that wax and bases wear more quickly along the base
edges, particularly along the edges in the mid. board section. Wear near the edges is
caused by the force/pressure of carving, sliding and stopping,. In order to increase the
“wear” factor, we run a very small bead of the next recommended colder temp. wax
along the two of the edges of the base. Colder temp. wax is more durable and will
therefore last longer."

I thought that was interesting
see more here
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 8:27am
The base near the edges show mad drying after 1 day on the hill. i will have to try the different temp wax near the edges and see how that goes.

My board dries in 2 places....

1) Next to the edge
2) Under the rear binding from mid board to just behind the binding

I can guarantee it...lol..it has never changed in 20 years..

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 8:50am
ah thats nuts! I've never had a board dry out that quick! Maybe I'm just lucky... I ride almost every day and I don't have to wax it more than once a month. I use any of the three KUU temp waxs. I dont think my edges have ever even shown white... I've had previous boards that have, but my Outdoor Living holds its wax really well. last me a loooong time. I get around to waxing it before it gets dry.

I summer wax my boards too :-)

well keep on waxing!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 2:16pm
I'm sorry but I have to entirely disagree with you Zoe. I'm speaking from my own personal experience too. My boards are definitely faster and glide longer after a waxing. I wax every other time out because I like that long glide ability. People that I've ridden with who don't wax regularly cannot keep up with me and I'm not the fastest one out there...
 
And the factory wax is in no way as nice as a full hot wax, it just isn't. I've had plenty of new boards and I even took one out one day and rode the factory job because I didn't have time to wax it, it still rode twice as good after I waxed it. Anyone would have been able to tell that.
 
I use the appropriate temp wax and then follow up with a high flouro wax, you can tell the difference in just running your hand over the base.
 
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/15/2008 at 2:44pm
... ok...

its not like ive never riden a freshly waxed board... or like I know nothing about it.

I'm just gonna leave it at that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/25/2008 at 8:16pm
Well I don't have as much personal experience as some of the people here, but from my experiences I always wax my board out of factory, and I try to wax it every month or so (maybe I'm just paranoid) during prolonged times of not using it. Overdoing it is a waste, but I can guarentee waxing the thing after a few rides does not fall into that category.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/26/2008 at 7:16am
I wax every few times. I bought 2.5 kg of wax last winter and sold off 2 of the 5 bars...so I have a ton of wax at my disposal
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every 3-4 trips
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/29/2008 at 7:59pm
Originally posted by spenser

hotwax every run.


lol

i would say 2-3 times, depends how you ride
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i can't find my scrapper. I haven't seen anyone sell scrappers by themselves. anyone have any suggestions (diY or etc) on what to use to get rid my summer storage coat?
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i wax after 2-3 days on the hill
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i can't find my scrapper. I haven't seen anyone sell scrappers by themselves. anyone have any suggestions (diY or etc) on what to use to get rid my summer storage coat?


Any credit card/student card will do the job. I use my student card.
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i wax about every 5 times, cuz i'm so poor
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for a scraper (for wax or car windows), just use a plastic room key.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/16/2008 at 12:36pm
We here at Sierra Snowboard would suggest to wax every night before heading up to the mountains!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/17/2008 at 7:53am
I wax everytime everyday regardless of if I ride or not.  You should also wax before and after you eat.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/18/2008 at 10:13pm
Originally posted by riderftw

Originally posted by spenser

hotwax every run.


lol

i would say 2-3 times, depends how you ride


2-3 times per run!? Your a mad man! :)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/01/2008 at 7:20am
i was every other time i go so ever 2 time i will hot wax it seems to work good for me
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/01/2008 at 2:12pm
i partially agree with u zoe.  15-20 seems like too much to me. i go more for 5-10 times. also depends on the conditions i rode in, and which board i'm riding (extruded vs sintered bases)

i wax my sintered base every 5-6 times if its normal conditions, not too icy, not too pow

and my extruded base gets waxed ever 10 times or so. once again, under normal conditions

on really icy weeks i'll wax my board every 2-3 days and on those weeks where its nothing but pow, i could go as much as 10-15 days without waxing easily.

so for me its really all about what i'm riding on and what the snow is like.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/01/2008 at 2:15pm
Originally posted by Geology Rocks

The base near the edges show mad drying after 1 day on the hill.


one day!? thats kinda ridiculous

are u riding on pure ice sheets or something?
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i wax before everytime i ride. works great
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maybe it depends on the resort you ride at, snow conditions, and how you ride? I mean, I could see how icy/slushy snow would probably remove wax faster, while powdery snow will take longer.

or people who ride hard and book it all the time probably need more frequent waxing...

or even how long an average run is at a resort? Theres a big difference between doing 5 minute runs at some smaller mountain... and doing 20 minute ones on the huge ones when it comes to how frequent you need to wax/tune your board.

I am sure there are lots of factors, even maybe the size of your board compared to your weight.
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depends on the conditions, I would say every couple times
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2008 at 8:56am
anywhere from 2-5 times, depending on how your base looks...if it looks dried out, add some to it
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Usually after every day on the mountain.  
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/20/2008 at 7:20pm
My trs had 3 days on it and the base still looks good and fast. I probably would ride it twice more and wax it before I go to Utah during christmas break.
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my rock board I hot wax at the beginning of the season and then I wax it about every trip or two (this is my rock board) my other board about every 5 trips depending on if I'm in the park or backside
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My best advice is try and see what works best for you. It matter if you do it or pays someone else to do it. I do it myself and i do it every 2-3 I ride, Sometime more or less. It will vary on how you ride and the snow. If i have time i will wax it every time... it makes you go just a little faster for me and that mean i can make it though all the flat ares so it is worth it you me. If was paying someone else to do it, i would wait until it needed it like every 5-8 times.
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My old board I needed to wax like everytime.  My DH never looks like it needs it, but I do it every other
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Soooo, what happens if my board doesn't get waxed as often as it should??
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It will be slower, harder to ride, and wont last as long.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/01/2009 at 12:08pm
Originally posted by rocheezy

Soooo, what happens if my board doesn't get waxed as often as it should??

basically just look at the wax as a layer that protects the core from the ground it touches.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2009 at 10:15am

Wax your board just before you put it up for the summer!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/07/2009 at 10:33am
I have always, and always will, wax as frequently as possible.  If it's a weekend trip and I don't do it the night after the first day of riding, no big deal.  But there's just so much peace of mind knowing my christmas present has a nice slick base on it... and you can't deny that there's nothing nicer than feeling freshly laid powder running under a nicely waxed board.  It's just so satisfying...  Star
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i do it before i hit the mountain every time 
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