When I finished skiing yesterday, the bottoms of the skis have no dry spots, grayish. If you have been following the weather here in the northeast, the snow is man maid, a little frozen in the early morning but warms to the mid 40's. Saturday I skied till 12:30, Sunday till just after 10AM. Buddies iphon has us doing 10,000ft of vert by 9AM yesterday. That's pretty much how most of my skiing is, top to bottom non stop. All total I'd guess I have about 13 ski hours since I started this thread on these skis.
These skis have over 150 days them.
Saturday after skiing I ran the 200grit moonflex up/down the edges 4 times, (up/dp, up/dn) and dry them and ski them the next day. That's my normal after ski routine. I normally wax every 4 or 5 skis day's depending on the snow quality.
I do agree with this quote from Tom, "just remember that scraping and brushing is better while not scraping is obviously easier, but can result in unsatisfactory performance depending on snow conditions and how hard or soft your glide wax is."
I will continue to do that. I will say I have gotten lazy over the years and sometimes don't scrape as much off as I should. I can sometimes see a little high spot in the wax after brushing. But I'm not a racer so I don't really worry about it. It will be gone shortly.
I'll say again, I really enjoy the glide I get using Dominator Hyperzoom. That's the wax I've been using for around 15 years now. Tried others, but they can't keep up.