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    Surf Wax in carry on

    Anyone ever have a problem with bringing wax in a carry on while flying internationally or should i just stick it in my board bag?

  2. why would you need to bring wax on an airplane

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    im going to Nicaragua and wax is expensive/hard to find down there.

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    put it in your board bag

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    May sound kooky but sex wax fits great in these guys you can stick 2 or 3 and then stack halves of sticky bumps or basecoat and then stick it in carry on or boardbag

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    While it does look like a small block of C4, and you would think TSA officials would question what it is, I've never had a problem having the wax in my backpack. might be safe though to put it in your boardbag. why take the chance...

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    i always take a case. the locals love it when you hand it out.

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    I dont want my board bag to get weight on top or side or whatever, and have the wax create a pressure ding. i think i will just go for it... if they need to they can take it out and sniff it.

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    Telling airport officials to sniff it sounds like more trouble than just putting it in you boardbag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liveones View Post
    Telling airport officials to sniff it sounds like more trouble than just putting it in you boardbag.
    Yeah i guess so, maybe i will just wrap it in bubble wrap by the tail and hope for the best.