P-Tex Repair String - 10'

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Product Overview

  • This repair string works better than traditional drip repair candles when filling base gouges for several reasons.
  • First, it's made of harder and more durable polyethylene, so your repair jobs wear longer and don"t "dish out" prematurely.
  • Secondly, since it is melted into gouges using our P-Tex Base Repair Iron instead of burning with an open flame, no smudgy black carbon particles are created which invariably fall in the gouge and create cosmetically ugly and mushier repairs.
  • This string is 1/8" in diameter and comes in 10 foot long rolls...enough material to keep most bases patched through a full season.
  • This material bonds well in both deep and shallow gouges, and can be applied atop metalgrip repair string when making repairs to core shots or along steel edges.
  • Available in clear or black.


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  • 5

    Posted by Justin Y on Feb 12, 2020

    I took a core shot to my brand new board, probably 2-3 inches long of exposure directly to the wood. I had my local fix it, but with such a long area in a high flex/stress area, it cracked out. I used this with a soldering iron after first applying the ToGnar Metal grip, and it has yet to crack out after 5-6 hard uses. I do not expect it to last forever, as the spot is in the middle of the board, but it is exactly as I imagined and lasted longer.

  • 5
    Works well at shallow gouge too

    Posted by Paul on Dec 14, 2018

    Bought it with a bunch of stuff three years ago. Just used today to fill some shallow gouge. Adhesion is excellent! We will see how good it holds up.

  • 5
    works well, but much harder than candle

    Posted by jva1000 on Mar 13, 2018

    This stuff goes on pretty much as advertised. Haven't had it on long enough to tel about durability, but... (see below) My only caution is that I found it hard to scrape off pieces that extend above the surface. Would recommend either making certain to get all of it well down in the hole, or using a knife to take off any protrusions before finishing with a candle.

  • 5
    best I ever had

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 10, 2018

    I had a really deep and large damage going down to the wooden base. Appied P-tex with a soldering iron. It worked great on the first shot. It sticks for more than 2 years now.

  • 5
    Works beautifully

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 15, 2017

    Just what the Dr ordered for fixing the dings in my skis

  • 5
    Really good adhesion

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 14, 2017

    I applied the material with a soldering iron. It worked just great. No soot at all. So far all repaired areas are still fine.

  • 5
    Easy to apply and it held well !

    Posted by Ronald Jones on Sep 03, 2015

    The use of my new P-Tex Base Repair Iron made it easy to melt the P-Tex string into the crack better than my old iron or drip methods.

  • 4
    Easy application

    Posted by sam on Feb 08, 2015

    Works well with repair iron,low shrink rate, finishes well.So far holding up well to 8 days of eastern packed powder conditions.

  • 5
    Fine durable ptoduct

    Posted by BB on Mar 15, 2014

    Best installed when used with their corresponding p tex iron. Watch the video and practice on an old ski. Proper heat is the key.....and gently massage the material with the iron tip. Just like where you are going AND what where you have been. Much more durable than drip sticks I have used for 30 plus years.