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Ok so my friend brought over some lexan and we made a summer box, while im waiting for my drill to charge i ran my skis over the lexan and it didnt seem slippery, am i supposed to wax it? and if so what type of wax should i use?
What the fuck are you talking about? The chinaman is not the issue here, Dude. I'm talking about drawing a line in the sand, Dude. Across this line, you DO NOT... Also, Dude, chinaman is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian-American, please.
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just spray some water on it. and no, dont wax it. thatd just make it sticky.
hi im chris
uh... i dont know why it isnt slippery. I've used lexan and it's extremely slippery, well, not too slippery but its just like a normal box on a mtn. I'd say once your done building it you should hit it, im sure it'll slide nicely. Dont mess with it until you hit it a couple times, and if you do do anything only put water on it, i'm sure that waxing it would only make it slower.
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and when you wet it with water, just get like a wet rag and run it over the lexan. if you just start soaking the thing with a hose it'll get your wood wet and the wood will warp and maybe even rot!!
well, normally a box at a mountain has rails for edges, and thats what really slides. so... figure it out
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