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stop making bad threads.
i always brass brush after waxing to clean out the structure, then follow with a softer horse hair type brush to eliminate any left overs. This works for me.
DolanReloadedYou dont think u could use the brass brush to make some texture to channel water and prevent suction? Or would it not work bc the ptex is too hard to scratch?
onenerdykidStructure is important during all points of the ski season, but obviously most noticeable during the spring.
When your ski glides over snow, even during cold winter temps, your ski creates enough friction & heat to melt the snow beneath it. Structure is what aids against suction and prevents your ski from literally sticking to the snow. Think of laying two smooth glass plates together that are wet and trying to pull them apart. Structure is what allows the skis to separate from the water.
Brushing does not create structure, only a base grind can do that. Brushing is what removes excess wax from the structure so the structure can function properly. Next time you are in a shop that sells race skis, check out the structure that they have. It's usually light years better than normal all mountain or freeskis.
**This post was edited on Apr 8th 2020 at 3:15:15am
DolanReloadedYeah. So brushing after the final wax and scrape is importsnt?