Storage rooms, garages and basements are typical places where skis are stored over the summer. They also typically contain a lot of dust that will end up on the base of your skis. This will in turn produce a dry base, which will be harder to glide on next season. For that reason, we recommend placing a protective wax layer on the base.
We begin by using a gummy stone to give the edges a basic clean. Then the equipment gets a wipe down before we clean out the surface pores of the base by applying a soft wax and scraping it off while it is still warm.
Finally we apply a storage wax to protect the base of the skis all summer long.
But what do you need to before your next ski trip?Â Get the storage wax scraped off, and have a fresh premium hot wax applied.