4 years ago5,000+ Views
If people are zooming past you on the slopes and you're shredding as hard as you can, your snowboard might be overdue for a good waxing. You can tell if your snowboard needs waxing by the appearance of white spots on the base (or bottom) of the board. You should generally wax your board about every third time you hit the slopes. The process takes about an hour from start to finish (with drying time) and can be easily completed in your home. Julia, the beautiful model, takes us through the steps.
If she does the safety demos on airplanes, everyone would pay attention!
4 years ago·Reply
That's a brilliant idea
4 years ago·Reply