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  1. #1
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    Wax through wash

    Does wax work just as good after it goes through washer and dryer? Give me your opinion

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    Cold water or hot water? If it was hot you are hosed.

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    hot-tropical water

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    I've ruined just about every pair of boardshorts I own by putting them through the wash with wax in the pockets. Im my experience it completely melts the wax.

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    Do you need to borrow a dollar for some new wax?

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    lol i broke my moms dryer with a brand new stick of wax, the dryer was old so it was time for her to upgrade anyways lol. several of my board shorts also have the wax caked into the pocket, but it was just that one time that it made it out of the pocket.

    i say if its still intact, give it a try, the worse that could happen is you having to take it off

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    ^lol

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    who washes boardshorts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ledzepfreak View Post
    who washes boardshorts?
    Sometimes I put mine on the final spin cycle for a quicker dry.

  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by adowcett View Post
    Sometimes I put mine on the final spin cycle for a quicker dry.
    get the oneill hyperfreaks they dry really fast.