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Waxing PE's Topsheet for Durability
Dont flame me for this a i've found a cheap pair of Pe's last years model with the ptex topsheet.
Is it possible to use Toko Dibloc -10 to -20 and below Blue Wax to increase the durability of the topsheet or is that an outragous idea
just one bump for this, if i get no replies i'll try it and get back to you
i have no idea about this... sorry
Seems really unlikely to me since to my knowledge waxing doesn't affect the durability of bases, but trying wouldn't hurt any
It wouldn't do anything. It will keep the snow from sticking to the top but that's all.
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it will do abseloutely nothing
I'm not even gonna get worked up about member 60,124 dissin me. its over
why wood u reply then?
and no it doesnt do anything really.. u cood try i guess.. but not really worth it
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Blue is a bitch to melt and iron on because it is so hard. As it is just cosmetic, I wouldn't worry about it. If you are going to try to wax the topsheet, use sys-3 because a fluorocarbon wax would be a waste of money.
waxing the topsheet will not do anything at all. maybe it will change the color or something, but it wont make it more durable at all.
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