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Quick Question about waxing brushes
So this season I got a new Swix oval bronze brush with nylon bristles surrounding the outermost row, and I was wondering how you guys clean yours when it get mucked up with a bunch of wax. Currently I've been smacking it on a brick wall and running a scraper along it to flick the wax particles off but I think this could mess up the bronze bristles. Thanks for any advice.
I dont use one.
yeahhh....just scrape...buffing brushes are just to make the base pretty and shiny for customers who get their skis waxed at shops
I use a nylon one, but It really isn't necessary. I think you can just sit it in some base cleaner, because that dissolves the wax, I'm pretty sure. When i'm at home, I use the air compressor to blow out the wax and it works ok.
Ya I was thinking about putting it in base cleaner, but then I thought about putting base cleaner on brush, brush on skis, solvent residue on bases. Probably not a big deal, but I'll use an air compressor next time. Thanks!
Word. Base Cleaner on a freshly waxed base doesn't sound very logical to me.
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How did you get that much wax in the first place. I guess just scrape more and make sure that you dont put the brissel part down on the table. put the side with the strap on the table
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