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To keep your ski or snowboard equipment longer and maximize the fun on the snow, remember to properly maintain your soles and your squares. This Precision Ski offers a small guide of purchase for your tooling maintenance ski .   Buying for your tooling maintenance ski guide For the...
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Tooling maintenance ski

To keep your ski or snowboard equipment longer and maximize the fun on the snow, remember to properly maintain your soles and your squares. This Precision Ski offers a small guide of purchase for your tooling maintenance ski.

 

Buying for your tooling maintenance ski guide

For theski maintenancenothing too complicated! Just have the equipment and voila: fart, scraper, wax remover, brush... Precision Ski shows you a few steps from the ski waxing.

For a good waxing, start by cleaning your shoe to remove dirt and the rest of wax, using a wax remover. Once the own sole, begin to melt your ski wax on your iron to deposit the liquid on your hardware, into droplets. You simply then spread the wax evenly on the ski with iron and allow to cool.

Once cold, you can finally bring you from your scraper and your brush to scrape all of the sole. Finish by polishing the whole with a cloth and enjoy incomparable glide!

 

Some tips to keep your ski equipment in good condition

In order to keep your skis or snowboard in good condition, it is necessary to maintain them regularlyin particular, at the beginning and end of the season. The basis for maintaining your equipment is the waxing and theski sharpening. You can pretty much take it to a professional but if you are a little resourceful, you can worry yourself.

It is also important to treat them properly. Avoid leaving them in their bag when they are wet because the squares will rust. It is better to store in a clean, dry place to enjoy it longer. 

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