does anyone know how to get the grind marks off skis, i searched but nothing came up, and i just bought a new pair of skis and they're yellow, and i was in the park all day and where i was grinding it left brown and blue marks,(cause the rail color) does anyone have a special technique for getting the marks off. +K for any help or bumps or whatnot.
if you clean them they're just going to be dirty again in a matter fo weeks, unless your super cautious.
Iíve said it before, but whoever designed our bodies wasnít keeping in mind all the dope shit we wanted to do with them! -TJ
"Gapers and park go together like chinese food and pudding."-ILLinoisance
"I love how they can't speak english so they have to communicate in Wutang."
As said before if you really care then wax and clean them.
But if you are skiing park your skis will not last in a perfect condition (or any sort of skiing I guess) for long at all.
I suggest just chin up!
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