Surf Wax

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Surf Wax

Why do you wax your surfboard?

You wax a surfboard for grip. Bear in mind that the higher the water temperature, the softer your surf wax. In short, you need a hard wax in tropical water, such as tropical wax. While in the Dutch winter you use a sticky soft wax in the North Sea. In other words, cold water wax. You can use this wax for water temperatures up to 15 degrees Celsius.

How do you remove or replace the wax?

In both cases you first use a wax comb. With this you scrape the wax off your surfboard with the flat sharp edge without damaging it. Then you can rid your board of the last scraps of surf wax with a wax remover. Your board is now completely shot and grease free.

How do you apply the wax?

When your board is completely clean, you start with the basecoat. This is a hard surface that you can apply a rough pattern to your surfboard. This keeps the normal surf wax better. In addition to keeping your wax better, the rough pattern of the base coat also gives you a better grip. Basecoat, remover and all other wax types can be purchased in our shop.