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Tognar Rectangular Wax Brushes .

  • Tognar Brass Brush
  • Tognar White Nylon Brush - Stiff
  • Tognar Blue Nylon Brush - Soft
  • Tognar Horsehair Brush
  • Tognar Soft Steel Brush
  • Tognar Brass/Nylon Combo Brush
Price:
$14.95
SKU:
APG 710
Brand:
Weight:
0.45 LBS


Product Description

  •  Removing excess wax from the structure of a ski or snowboard base after scraping is essential for optimum glide.
  • Hand brushes are the way folks have been doing it since the olden days.
  • All our brushes have hardwood handles and quality bristles, designed to last many seasons.
  • Bristles are 12mm long on all brushes.
  • All brush handles measure 3" x 4 5/8" (75mm x 120mm).

BRASS BRUSH 
  • Use this brush to remove debris, old wax, etc. from base structure prior to waxing.
  • Brass brushes also help keep the base surface fresh and free of oxidized scale. 
  • They also help raise loose P-tex hairs so they can be cut away with Scotch-Brite pad or a steel scraper
  • Do not use for fluorocarbon overlays (powders and blocks)because it can scour them away.
  • In fresh cold snow this brush can expose irregularities in the structure that catch sharp new snow crystals and create drag, so follow it's use with a horsehair brush, or Scotch-Brite Pad.

WHITE NYLON BRUSH - STIFF

  • The stiff nylon bristles on this brush make it an exxcellent all around wax remover.
  • Use as the first brush after scraping wax (unless wax is really hard, blue or green, then use brass first, nylon second).
  • Follow with horsehair or non-abrasive pad for highly polished bases.
HORSEHAIR BRUSH
  • This brush follows the stiff nylon brush to further polish bases.
  • Use after brass or bronze brushes when brushing out hard waxes to reduce static.
  • Final brushing for most waxes, for fluoro overlays use blue nylon.

BLUE NYLON BRUSH - SOFT

  • Super-soft nylon bristles make this an ideal final polishing brush.
  • Use as the last brush in the sequence to bring bases to a high luster.
  • Essential for brushing fluoro overlays, the soft bristles polish but don't remove the expensive wax.

FINE STEEL BRUSH

  • Designed to be used for initial brushing after scraping excess wax (hard or soft) from any structure pattern (fine, medium or coarse).
  • They can also be used as a polishing brush for hard waxes. 
  • These durable fine steel brushes feature very soft steel bristles. 
  • Although initially more expensive than brass or copper brushes, these steel bristles stay sharper, are more durable, have better memory and don't deform as easily over time.

COMBO BRASS/NYLON BRUSH

  • This brush is half brass - half white nylon. 
  • If you want one brush to handle most all your needs, this is the one to get. 
  • The thicker nylon bristles gently remove wax from any coarse structures, while the brass bristles clean out fine structures. 
  • Best used with narrower skis, like Nordic (cross-country). Alpine skis are a bit wide these days for this brush, better to get a seperate brass and nylon.




 

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  1. Brush away your questions

    Posted by Henry on 4th Apr 2014

    Purchased the brass, nylon, and horsehair brushes. They were wide enough to cover the entire width of my 90cm waist skis. Did a excellent job removing and polishing the wax. Does good work and a very good price.


  2. Steel Brush

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2014

    Got the steel brush its super aggressive and excellent for initial base structure.


  3. Great brushes

    Posted by John Coney on 21st Feb 2014

    I ordered the brass, white nylon and horsehair brush's since my other were stolen a while back. They are perfect for the small amount of waxing I do anymore. I also called talked to Scott about a missing vise for my setup. He was able to locate one for me at a great price that works just great.


  4. First brush prior to hot waxing

    Posted by BrySki on 22nd Dec 2013

    I start with the brass brush to clean any gunk
    off the bases. 4 or 5 passes and I'm ready for the hot wax treatment


  5. good value

    Posted by brian on 30th Nov 2013

    I am totally pleased with this product
    A solid value


  6. Nice brush for the final sheen

    Posted by Rusty G. on 12th Mar 2013

    I use a brass brush for heavy prewax and light postwax passes. Then followup with the horsehair to polish it up and remove the fine particulate wax in the structure. Works great and for a nonrace DIY brush...I have no ire. Works as it should.


  7. Performance and durability at a fair price.

    Posted by DMK - Seattle on 11th Mar 2013

    The Fine Steel Brush from Tognar has far exceeded my expectations. I use this brush - at one stage or the other - every day that I wax skis. Before waxing, after scraping, you decide; this brush does the job, and maintains its shape like nothing else I've used. I recently bought second one for a 'back-up', because I've developed a real dependency on this tool.


  8. Works great

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2013

    It's the only brush I use, or ever have for that matter. I use it after scraping, and it gets me from 'scraped wax' to 'no friction to the touch', and that's where I want to get to. I've used it for years, and, although it's got plenty of residue buildup by now, still does its job.


  9. Now I understand . . . .

    Posted by DMK on 4th Feb 2013

    I have tuned alpine and nordic skis for years - using a variety of brushes from Tognar and others. I have used two of the earlier iterations of the Blue Nylon Brush, but they have been completely eclipsed by the new Blue Nylon Brush - SOFT from Tognar. I now see those fine particles/dust coming up out of the ski base structure. Previously, I had only read about getting this deep into the structure; now I'm there. If you want to put a shine on your skis, order this brush.


  10. Good as a backup, only fair quality.

    Posted by Skeeter on 1st Feb 2013

    The nylon brush is good, but the brass and horsehair brushes are already shedding bristles after very little use. I imagine they will last through the season, but I didn't expect them to self-destruct so quickly. I am generally not hard on my tools, and use them only in appropriate ways, so it surprised me to see them start falling apart. I will probably switch these out to be my on mountain brushes so that I don't need to rely on them.


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