Originally Posted by smoth
does the hard wax go beneath or on top of the regular wax?
Smoth, the general theory is to start your prep with a soft wax first, then progress to harder waxes to finish. Then you put whatever the daily contitions want.
You said you can't wax every day, so if you use the Momentium each time you can't hot wax, I think you'll be OK. Use the one for cold old, or new snow. This can be done again at lunch as well, but you need a min. of 30 mins. to "set" the Momentium.
Each time you wax, you need to scrape, brush, and polish before you apply the next coat. ( You should let the ski cool down each time before starting again. )
After skiing, always brush the heck out of the ski before any hot scrape, or any waxing!
You have been given a lot of good info here.
Such as: Touch the iron, then rub the wax. This is always best with very hard waxes! Experiment! Sure you can grind, but it may not be needed. Best to ask why did I get the fuzz in the frist place! If you keep up the old way of waxing, you might just have the same problem again.
Again, I think you should always use the Graphite Renew, and Graphite Zoom. This graphite will help with the man made snow. It can make some black base skis appear a little gray in areas, but that just means you got it in there.
Again, good luck to you smoth. Are you skiing Dubia?Edited by Jacques - 12/19/09 at 4:45pm