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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoody14 View Post
    No sir. They actually work?
    Smells kinda funny but works great.

    http://www.performanceboatcandy.com/...eed-Gloss.html
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    Default Re: Board Wax?? Cleaner??

    Quote Originally Posted by bergermaister View Post
    BEER THEORY!

    I can't take credit for that - courtesy of Newty after reviewing my ballast plan one night a few years back after we polished off, I don't even know how many - lost track but we were a bit shocked that we both made it to work the next morning if I recall
    Ha! I forgot about that. I/we have come up with a few good ideas and a lot bad ones too with "beer theory".

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    PWI as usual...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bergermaister View Post
    Smells kinda funny but works great.

    http://www.performanceboatcandy.com/...eed-Gloss.html
    Yes this stuff works great... and... people comment that "that stuff smells good" all the time!

    I too, was curious about how to care for my surf board. I don't have anything fancy, just a Hyperlite Broadcast. So far, I've just used a little water and simple green to keep it clean. I'm tempted to use the boat candy on it but I know wax will actually slow the board down... surface tension and such. I'm not sure if the surfboard specific waxes are appropriate for my type in inland board either. What are other folks using?
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    Wonder if a surf shop could hook you up depending on the temp of the water.

    I remember with snow skiing different waxes made all the difference in the world depending on the temp and snow type. Some felt like you were riding the brakes, some felt like Knight Rider's turbo boost.

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