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Is it normal for a dark wax to leave dark patches on a board with a white base? I spread it very evenly with the iron but some of the base is dark now and some is still totally white. and will it stay that way now?
January 2, 2013
Yep that's normal and expected with a dark wax. Any colored wax is going to show some on a white base. It will eventually wear or scrape off. If you don't like it, I'd recommend getting a white or light colored wax next!
By: Jess Dunn
January 2, 2013
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Does it go on black, because i have a old atomic board that i would like to use, but it has a dead panda on the bottom and I'm a girl and thats not so fun. So i want something to cover it up, i stickered the top and it looks great if you have any other ideas about the bottom let me know please!
December 27, 2011
November 29, 2010
for people to say it's slow or sticky, ur 1 of three things. 1, a misinformed idiot, 2, u ride a walmart board and that's why it's slow, or 3, ur not using the wax right. Personally, when u rub on any wax it doesn't perform as well and is very temporary. I hot wax it the right way, then scrape and buff it so that it looks like glass. and I no it's not the board that is fast because I did an experiment. when I bought my new k2darkstar, it comes with minimal amounts of cheap wax on it. I did a run with my board like that and my gps clocked me at 41.3 mph at the fastest. then I waxed it with this and I clocked 49.0. That's a big difference when ur racing or need momentum for the flats. u don't get stuck on the cut up boxes either.
It says that this is rub on, does that mean that you can't use an iron to apply it?
November 29, 2010
U can hot wax it to. It just means u can rub it on if u need to.
April 20, 2010
Magical has been a decent wax company for me. I have tried almost their entire line-up because seeing as where I live, conditions change drastically from day to day. Sooo always have to be on the up and up. BUT magical is a good company to go for in my opinion. I have been riding for quite a few years and have tried Dakine, Oneballjay, Pom-pom etc. Was a lil sketchy trying out a rub-on, seeing as I spent over $125 on my waxing kit. But after a few uses, it kinda changed my mind. Decently fast, and got me to whatever I needed to hit. I still love the melt on bec it makes me feel like im actually getting the wax where I need it(eventho you realistically can melt this on, whitch is what I opted to do anyways. But I do like to follow directions). But it is very seldom to have a bad time with this stuff. Take care of your board and it will take care of you
how many grams are in this, and how long does one last about?
August 17, 2010
I got mine to last 6 iron sessions. It's 80 grams I believe but u don't need much it spreads nice and smooth :)
March 1, 2010
I strongly disagree with the reviews stating this wax is slow. It's true that it's not one of the faster waxes out there, but I've managed to get great speed using this wax. I think it all comes down to the base material of your board and your waxing/buffing skills.
But yea, this wax has a strong candy-like smell. The smell just took over my room when I opened the shipment package, and now I have to keep it hidden under a hat or in the drawer to keep the smell from spreading. Don't get me wrong, the wax smells great, but it's too strong to keep it out in the open. Anyway, this ones my first Magical Go-Go wax, and I'm willing to try more of their stuff in the future.
Whats the difference in this wax and the thunder snow all temp wax. I bought that one and i havent tried it out yet. im gonna head out to the slopes this weekend.
March 9, 2010
Kris mcgregor is right about the base. the grease lightning is denser so it is beter for extruded bases. the thunder wax is also better if u want speed but I like the lightning better because it still carries almost as much speed but excels so much in the park on butters and eccelerating in short distances and such.
It all depends on what kind of base you have. Some base's tend to blend better with certain waxes than others. Only difference I have found is that the thunder carries a lil more speed through flats and the grease lightning performes better on tables and rails. But I have used both on my Machine and its really dependant on what I wanna ride for the day. Both are decent wax's tho
By: Kris McGregor
April 20, 2010