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Zardoz not wax

 Poster: A snowHead
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Used this on my last ski week, over wax (from service) on day 1, then applying each morning before skiing. It seems to work well from a performance point of view.

However, what I'm interested in is the effect on the ski base of using this instead of wax in the longer term ( it says in the leaflet that it's ok, but then it would! )

Any views on the benefits / drawbacks of using this?

AlpineWalker
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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I've never used that product but I do regularly use a similar TOKO product with no ill effects, I usually only have my skis hot waxed after I've had to do major base repair work and then keep coating them every few days with wipe on or spray on "Wax" and they work fine
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I've used it, but i'm pretty sure it lost its uselfullness after a few runs. My mate who brought it along on holiday said it had no detrimental effects on ski or snowboard bases.
Although, he does work for E&B. But he used it on his own snowboard and wasn't trying to sell it to me.
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thanks for the responses, reckon i'll have them waxed up as usual and just use zardox as an extra
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