Originally Posted by Ski-Dad
Ditto - yo gotta scrape until there is nothing left to scrape.
Yes, I agree, but it seems to me that the scrapping gets the wax off the surface and has no way of extracting wax from the texture of the base. I thought that the purpose of the brushing with this,[ COMBINATION BRUSH
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was to extract the wax out of the texture. Maybe you are saying that scraping will accomplish this? I don't know how.
I like the vacuum suggestion. Combing is probably good too, Maybe my dog will give me one of her steel combs, she doesn't like it anyway.