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Plugging holes in an iron
I got a tuning kit for St. Jesus Day, and I'm going to start tuning my own stuff. I bought an iron from Goodwill, but I couldn't find one without holes. I looked with the search bar and saw that it's not a huge deal,. I was wondering, however, if anyone has tried to plug the holes with some kind of epoxy.
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i wouldn't bother. wouldn't the heat melt the epoxy and cover your skis in it anyway? i've never waxed skis with an iron with holes but they'll probably just fill up with wax and it wont affect anything. i'd just leave it
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yea it doesnt make any difference if it gets in the holes its a liquid and it just rolls out i use an iron i got from walmart for like $10 and it has holes in it
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Ive always used a regular iron with holes in it, I never really noticed any difference.
if you're really anal about it, you cah just get foil and just wrap it around the heating element to prevent the wax from getting into the holes.
same its not really a huge deal
same here and it works fine
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