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post #61 of 64

I just bought a pack of Swix's "CH12" wax, which is a blend of CH6,CH7, and CH8.

 

With today's fat all-mountain skis, I don't believe that even one of those little 20-gram blocks will be enough to drip-on.

post #62 of 64
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Originally Posted by PlugBootBlues View Post

With today's fat all-mountain skis, I don't believe that even one of those little 20-gram blocks will be enough to drip-on.

 

Sounds like you're laying it on too thick. 

post #63 of 64
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Originally Posted by Doctor D View Post

Yep, I'm sure some will, but I was talking about - my wax - that I make - and I stand by my statement.  Maybe Dominator is more dangerous - I have no idea what kind of weird fluoro they use that makes hydrogen fluoride at 120 C - so yeah, I didn't consider that the Dominator stuff could be worse, thanks for pointing that out - Thanos could be right for his wax but not mine.

 

I have also said that people should do whatever makes them feel comfortable and safe with what they are doing, if you want to go with overkill that's fine.  I'm just telling you that my wax is safe when used at the temps that are specified on my website.

I'm with PlugBoot...why say it's an overkill if ANY danger may exist. I'm sure your wax is safe, maybe that is why it's so slow and an inferior product. Or I sure

hope you have good liability insurance.

post #64 of 64
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Originally Posted by Racer View Post

I'm with PlugBoot...why say it's an overkill if ANY danger may exist. I'm sure your wax is safe, maybe that is why it's so slow and an inferior product. Or I sure

hope you have good liability insurance.

Niiiiiiiiccccccce!  That's what we love about Epic; everyone is always so polite.

 

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