How to remove surfboard wax
Basically, the method of removing surf wax is the same for both short and long body boards. However, since the body board is soft, it may damage the body, so it is better to remove it with a remover or hot water without using a comb. The following explains how to remove the wax on the short board and long board.
Is it better to leave the wax on?
There are two types of surfboard wax: “Fresh applied and never peeled off” and “Frequently peeled off and repainted”, but if you want to maximize the grip of the wax, peel it off to the beans. I think it’s better to paint. However, in this case, remove the old wax with a wax comb and do not use the remover. If you remove it with a remover, it will become too clean and you will have to apply it from the base wax. If you leave some base, you can get a grip with a small amount of wax.
When you want to clean the base wax as well as long-term storage or replace it with sheet type wax, use a liquid called remover. You can buy a remover at a surf shop for several hundred yen, but it is an oil-based solvent and must not be fired. Even if you make a mistake, be careful not to work near the BBQ or while smoking.
Don’t forget the rails and the back of the board! Wiping the back of the board with a wax sheet on the car will not only make it shiny, but it will also give a water repellent effect and the board will move smoothly.
As you can see by actually removing the wax, the wax that has been built up over the years is terrible. Probably various bacteria and the smell of the foot are infiltrated. In that sense, I think it’s better to repaint with beans. By the way, the weight of the wax applied to the long board was 102g, so it would have been applied about 1 surf wax. Well I think there are over 150g of people who are painting so much.
What is the grip strength and durability of the seat type WAX?
Surfing and surfing with surfboards and waxing scenes are the most exciting moments, so it’s hard to throw away, but recently, seat type non-slip etc. have been developed and it has become very convenient, some The surfer seems to be changing from the conventional wax, so let me introduce it.
There is a conventional urethane deck pad when it comes to non-slip, but because the surface is rough, the wet suit quickly becomes tattered when pasted on the whole board … I was stuck only on the part.
In that respect, the newly developed grip sheet is net onto, so it does not damage the wet or bare skin, is light in weight, and is translucent so it does not impair the design. Also, since it is smooth when dry, it does not get dust when stored, and the grip when wet is semi-permanent. The grip strength is about 80% that of ordinary WAX if the foot does not have mud or sand. It may be unsatisfactory if it is short, but if it is long, it is not enough.
By the way, durability is outstanding. If you stick it first, you can afford about 2 seasons. It’s a sticker, so it’s the edge that makes me rip, but I think it’s more durable. There is almost no drop in the adhesive strength.