Dominator ReNew Base Prep Wax (100g)

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$25.95
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DOM RN100

Product Overview

  • Dominator ReNew without 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.
  • Available with or without graphite (graphite can help resist dirt and contaminants but may discolor white bases).

 

 

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
    Best I've found for base prep!

    Posted by Terry Fogelsonger on Nov 14, 2014

    Switched to Dominator wax last year and couldn't be happier. Using Renew w/Graphite for base prep with great results... Best base prep wax I've ever used. After using for all of last season 've noticed a marked improvement in base condition AND I have never seen another wax go on as good as Renew/Graphite.

  • 5
    a must for new skis

    Posted by jeff halderman on Aug 01, 2014

    this wax is a MUST after a stone grind or before you take out brand new skis. This stuff soaks in quickly to fresh bottoms and is the perfect base for your usual wax.

  • 5
    Best way to clean bases

    Posted by Bryan Epley on Dec 04, 2013

    I've been using the drip, spread over base, remove in molten form procedure for years and I find my universal temp wax lasts a bit longer. This is my favorite base prep wax.

  • 5
    Clean your skis!

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 23, 2013

    Melts at a low enough temperature to really soak in. Graphite lifts the gunk out of the ski when you do a hot scrape. Highly recommended.

  • 4
    Dominator Base Prep Wax

    Posted by Russell Nelson on Jan 29, 2013

    I like this stuff a lot and use it in the absence of Race Service 1 Special Base Prep- the yellow stuff. I'm not enough of a wax chemist to know which one is best, but when we had a race shop in Jackson, Jared the owner raved about the Race service 1 so when I finished the bar of Dominator BP I had, I got one and really liked it. In truth, for the level of skiing most people do, either is an order of magnitude beyond what your average pedestrian one week a year blue circle skier has any clue about.

  • 5
    Must Have Wax

    Posted by MGH on Dec 30, 2012

    Base prep is the most overlooked step in creating fast, well nourished ski bases. This is the best product to do it. It is soft, so it penetrates deeply. It pulls out debris well when hot scraping and stays deep holding onto surface skiing waxes so they last longer.