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Dominator Graphite ReNew Base Prep Wax (400g)

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$51.95
SKU:
DOM RN400G

Product Overview

  • Dominator ReNew with graphite.
  • These base prep waxes are formulated to deeply penetrate ski or snowboard bases.
  • They allow a very hard layer of wax to remain on the surface which helps better protect bases.
  • Traditional base prep waxes are usually very soft...and while they penetrate deeply into bases, still remain soft on the surface and wear quicker.
  • Use this as a storage, travel, new base prep or fresh-stoneground wax.

 

 

ReNew ZOOM waxes are deeply penetrating base conditioners in Graphite and Non-Graphite formulas providing both base impregnation and surface protection.

Why recondition the base ? Dry base is a very common problem caused by several factors: stonegrinding, use of base cleaners, aggressive snow, repetitive use of hard waxes, and failure to wax. Additionally, new skis and boards can have dry bases because factory wax, often buffed on, is non-penetrating.

The ReNew ZOOM waxes are unique blendReNew ZOOM waxes are deeply penetrating base conditioners in Graphite and Non-Graphite formulas providing both base impregnation and surface protection.

Why recondition the base ? Dry base is a very common problem caused by several factors: stonegrinding, use of base cleaners, aggressive snow, repetitive use of hard waxes, and failure to wax. Additionally, new skis and boards can have dry bases because factory wax, often buffed on, is non-penetrating.

The ReNew ZOOM waxes are unique blends of ultra-soft and ultra-hard waxes working in tandem to saturate and protect in one easy ironing step. The ultra-soft waxes penetrate deeply to condition the base, while the ultra-hard waxes stay close to the surface to protect against abrasive snow.
s of ultra-soft and ultra-hard waxes working in tandem to saturate and protect in one easy ironing step. The ultra-soft waxes penetrate deeply to condition the base, while the ultra-hard waxes stay close to the surface to protect agaReNew ZOOM waxes are deeply penetrating base conditioners in Graphite and Non-Graphite formulas providing both base impregnation and surface protection.

Why recondition the base ? Dry base is a very common problem caused by several factors: stonegrinding, use of base cleaners, aggressive snow, repetitive use of hard waxes, and failure to wax. Additionally, new skis and boards can have dry bases because factory wax, often buffed on, is non-penetrating.

The ReNew ZOOM waxes are unique blends of ultra-soft and ultra-hard waxes working in tandem to saturate and protect in one easy ironing step. The ultra-soft waxes penetrate deeply to condition the base, while the ultra-hard waxes stay close to the surface to protect against abrasive snow.
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Reviews

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  • 5
    Dominator Graphite Renew

    Posted by Clyde Zirbel on Feb 19, 2019

    The Dominator Graphite Renew Base Prep Wax is a great product , it penetrates deep into the base, it’s also a great value and will do a lot of skis. I use this Base Prep every time I wax and I wax my skis every time I’m done skiing them.

  • 5
    Absolute necessity for brand new (or freshly base-ground) skis

    Posted by jeff halderman on Dec 17, 2016

    Give your new skis the treatment they deserve, Dominator Base Conditioning Wax. l ALWAYS do a hot scrape and then iron in some of this stuff before I go near the snow with my brand new skis. It's easy to use and penetrates deeply to give you a good foundation for your favorite top-coat wax.

  • 5
    Excellent base prep wax - high quality at a good price

    Posted by Woodsider on Jul 08, 2016

    This is excellent base prep wax for every day and training. Great quality, easy to apply, scrapes off easily, penetrates very well, affordable. The graphite seems to help with friction when snow is not pristine clean, but this is not a big difference for every day recreation skiing. Note that the graphite makes light colored bases look "dirty" if you don't do a thorough job scraping and brushing, but if you do a good job with your finish work you don't really see a difference with the graphite even on light bases. For completely dark basis this is a non-issue. You also need to do a better job of cleaning wax drips off side walls if you don't want them to look dirty. Then again, you should really do a good job brushing bases and cleaning sidewalls anyway so maybe it's good to have extra motivation. And - looks are for beauty contests ;)