How to Hot Wax a Snowboard

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Introduction: How to Hot Wax a Snowboard

Quick and easy and save some $$ money. DIY

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    6 Comments

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    mattbomb
    mattbomb

    11 years ago on Introduction

    duede you can catch your house fire wax is highly flammable

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    mojo13
    mojo13

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Actually It is not nearly as flammable as you think. I would need a wick to really burn, that or very high temperatures, higher then any iron.

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    AnarchistAsian

    nice, but taking it to the shop doesn't cost that much, especially when the most you ever really need to wax a snowboard/skiis is once a year...

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    chiptraders
    chiptraders

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Might work for you, but I live near a mountain and snowboard quite a bit. I like to wax it myself so it's done right and I don't have to wait in line at some ski shop. Grab my ticket and go

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    AnarchistAsian
    AnarchistAsian

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    well, when i lived in utah UTAH ROX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, i was an hour away from several mountains...
    lines weren't really long, because we lived less than a mile from this small ski/snowboard shop.

    now i live in houston =-(
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    chiptraders
    chiptraders

    13 years ago on Introduction

    What you need:
    Scraper - Non-metal handmade or store bought.... I got mine on ebay for $3
    Wax - Again another ebay purchase for a bulk stick... $8
    Iron - Best to use a flat iron, but thriftstore had a regular one for $2

    Safety First! I labeled my iron for "snowboard use only" Also be careful with the hot iron and hot wax.

    I didn't feel like building a jig to hold the board, and waxed it inside, so I just used a chair and taped off the area with plastic for easy clean up....

    I spent $13 for tools and supplies and have plenty left for more applications. One of my first video instructions so be kind to me.