- Use a brass brush first, to remove debris, old wax, oxidation, etc. from base structure prior to waxing.
- Brass brushes can also be used after scraping to remove very cold waxes (green/blue) from the base structure.
- 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.
- 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).
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These are really super brushes that I use on my alpine and nordic skies, but also use in many other areas - wood working, cleaning...etc. I think I have five of these brushes now