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base filling choices

 Poster: A snowHead
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After a week on stony Italian pistes my B3s need some base attention. whilst browsing online I note that apart from the normal graphite candle there is a also a graphite powder. Toddtwist on eBay is also selling a Demon "solar activated p-tex". Anybody tried either of these alternatives and if so how do results compare with the good old candle? Puzzled
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I prefer to use pure ptex strip/ribbon and melt it in with a blowtorch kind of thing I bought in Bartletts. Seems to bond much better than candles (which have a certain amount of wax in the mix to enable it to burn and often leads to a less good bond with the ski's base).
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