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Waxing Irons

post #1 of 3
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OK, so conventional wisdom on a waxing iron is to use an iron with no holes when waxing skis. I have been using a yard sale special iron that has holes with no apparent trouble for waxing skis for years. What is the reason for using an iron with no holes for waxing skis?
post #2 of 3
: Beats me. Works just fine for me as well. When was the last time you saw an iron without steam holes...1970?
post #3 of 3
I think it is just because it is optimal, cos the wax gets up the holes and makes a mess of your iron. Otherwise can't see any reason not to.

And I suppose as long as there is no steam coming out of the holes.
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