Wax and Care for a Snowboard

How To : Wax and scrape your snowboard

In this video by 585 Productions, Jake teaches you how to wax and scrape your snowboard. You will need an iron, a plastic, scraper, and a Scotch-Brite pad. Before you begin, loosen the bindings because heating the board with the screws tight can warp the base. First take the S ...more

How To : Wax a snowboard in two minutes

To wax a snowboard you will need an iron, board wax, a flat scraper and a buffer pad. First, use the iron to melt the wax. The iron should be hot enough to cause the wax to quickly drip but not hot enough to produce smoke. Iron the wax onto the snowboard by using small concent ...more

How To : Wax a snowboard properly

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to wax a snowboard. The materials required for waxing are: wax (cold, medium or warm temperature), scraper, brush, iron, wax paper, cloth and gloves. Begin by wiping the board with the cloth. Now rub the wax on the board. Then hold the ...more

How To : Wax a snowboard in a quick and easy way

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to wax a snowboard. The materials required for waxing are: wax (cold, warm, or all temp), an iron, scraper (plastic or metal) and a hard bristled brush (or rough side of a sponge). Begin by laying the board with the base facing up. Tur ...more

How To : Wax your snowboard

In this tutorial, we learn how to wax your snowboard. First, you will want to clean your board off of any impurities. Once you have done this, you will need to take your wax and run it on the edge of the board all the way around. After you have done this several times, run the ...more

How To : Wax your snowboard like a pro for the best results

If you are a snowboarder, it is important to wax your board. By waxing your snowboard you will get the best results down the side of the mountain, every time. In this tutorial, learn how to wax like a professional boarder. This video clip is very thorough and will guide you ev ...more

How To : Wax a snowboard without an iron

This particular video demonstrates a method to wax your snowboard. This method of waxing the snowboard does not involve use of iron. It is done using a large piece of wax and a piece of cork. Firstly we need to rub the piece of wax over the surface of the snowboard. Hard rub i ...more

How To : Wax your snowboard to maximize your speed

Scott Todd demonstrates waxing a snowboard, which is basic maintenance that assures good speed for a snowboarder. He starts by applying a thick, even layer of wax on the base of the snowboard using an old iron to melt it down. He sweeps the board with the iron to spread out th ...more

How To : Wax and edge your snowboard properly

If you're the new owner of a snowboard or plan on purchasing one, an important part of maintaining it is by waxing. Waxing a snowboard is one of the easiest things that anybody can do in order to increase the overall performance of your board. Waxing a board can also prolong t ...more

How To : Wax, tune and detune your snowboard

In this video you will learn how to wax, tune, and DE-tune your snowboard. The first thing you're going for tuning and DE-tuning your board is to take a bill file and file your board right where it starts to curve (do this on every corner of your board). Then when you're ready ...more

How To : Polish a chrome faucet fixture

Watch this video tutorial from the Polish Guy to see how to polish a chrome faucet fixture. In this demonstration we use a Faucet & Fixture Care Kit that includes Simichrome and Flitz Faucet & Fixture Wax to polish a chrome bath tub faucet spout. Materials: Faucet & Fixture ...more

How To : Practice basic cross-country ski care

NordicSkiSource.com owner Doug McSpadden illustrates basic practices for caring for your XC skis. The more wax you have the faster your skis. Do not ski through dirt; it will ruin your bases. Keep skis waxed when travelling to keep them from drying out. Don't walk across a par ...more

How To : Care for your dog's ears & prevent ear infections

Ear infections are common in pets - particularly those ears that hang down, such as drop ears. You can prevent infections and ear odor by keeping ears clear of dirt, mites, and excess wax. Watch this video and learn how to avoid expensive animal bills and make your dog's ears ...more

How To : Care for your dog's ears

When taking care of your dog, you need to check his ears - check for wax build up, funny smells and more. This video gives tips on keeping those dog ears clean.

How To : Wax facial hair

Waxing unwanted facial hair is a great way for women to achieve a smooth, beautiful face. Learn how to wax facial hair with tips from a stylist in this free women's beauty care video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Wax facial hair. Wax facial hair - Part 2 of 15. Click through t ...more

How To : Be safe while bodyboarding

Francisco Pinheiro, Joana Schenker, and Neuza Mochacho give some safety tips for bodyboarding. You need to stay fit, enter and exit with care, surf in a crowd, stick to what you know, stay inside the barrel, work out the wave sets, wax your board, check your leash, and use sun ...more

News : The New York Times' Top 15 Kill-Proof Houseplants

With the aid of America's top botanical experts, Michael Tortorello of the New York Times has compiled a wonderful list of 15 hard-to-kill houseplants for the green thumb inept. Pictured above: One of Tortorello's experts, Mark Hoover, keeper of 878 houseplants.. Below, Tortor ...more

How To : Wax to remove body hair

In this hair removal how to video series, learn about waxing for hair removal and how to wax, from the experts at Pink Cheeks Skin Care Salon. Cindy Esser-Thorin and her staff will teach you about waxing, facials, and exfoliation. They will demonstrate how to wax to remove eye ...more

How To : Prevent Carved & Uncarved Pumpkins from Rotting

Pumpkin carving and decorating is a favorite pastime during this time of year. After you've carved an amazing design or face into a pumpkin or two, you want to show it off through your window or set it out on your porch for the neighbors to see. Without knowing the tricks to s ...more

How To : Properly buff a snowboard

Buffing a snowboard usually occurs after it's been waxed and scraped properly. This is usually the final step for a snowboard and really helps with the overall cosmetic look of the board. Buffing it from tip to tail will lead to a nice smooth base for a nice looking finish. To ...more

How To : Assemble a Survival Kit

I am writing this quick post in response to the recent earthquakes and tsunamis that are affecting Japan. As soon as the news broke, and we began to hear of tsunami warning for our area, I immediately realized how under prepared I was for a natural disaster. The thing that dro ...more

How To : Create a prosthetic scar

We tend to sympathize with those who get hurt. Do you want some extra care and affection from somebody you love? Then here is one great idea to make anybody give you their shoulder to cry on. This video helps you to make a prosthetic scar on your leg. Create a gory looking bru ...more

How To : Properly lace ice hockey skates

Dan Perceval, founder of the sport of Xtreme Ice Skating explains us in the video of how to properly lace ice hockey skates. It starts with the wax laces. There are different forms but he suggests heavy wax since it lasts long. These wax laces are used to grip the boots. We no ...more

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