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jjmcwill Posted - Dec 19 2005 : 2:23:17 PM
Nice photos. That's me in pic 18, and my wife in pic 19!

I was there the previous weekend, and the snow was extremely sticky.

After using Swix Base Cleaner and an application of Swix F4 on our no-wax skis, we had a much better time this weekend.

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jjmcwill Posted - Dec 19 2005 : 2:38:03 PM
I've got some Zardoz Notwax on order to see how that compares. F4 was the most promising liquid wax I found at REI in Troy.

Coming down South Hill on the Spring Lake trail was DEFINITELY faster with the F4 on the skis than without. I'm still struggling to make the first hard right turn at the top of that hill with my 215cm skis. I'm sure I'll get it one of these weekends!

Once I master that I'll try Ted Gray.

mmuha Posted - Dec 19 2005 : 2:27:08 PM
F4 and Toko's equivalent are nice, aren't they! I use them on my training skis.

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