- For optimal base cleaning prior to waxing. - Rotation rate max. 800 rpm. - Use the Single Axle with cover.
First brush AFTER waxing. Medium, steel bristles are angled to reduce abrasion on ski base. Excellent addition to brush quiver if bronze brush is not enough for your first brush Rectangular Hand Brushes are great for travel and as an economical way to build a selection of ski tuning brushes Always wear safety tuning gloves while brushing out ski bases to protect your hands from sharp edges Specs: Red Body/Stainless Steel Bristles with Black Nylon Border Rectangular Hand Brush: 3 x 5 inches: 10 mm length (0.2 mm diameter) Bristles
Today’s cutting edge metal brush, the Toko Copper Brush refreshes a ski base, removes wax, and cleans. The Toko Copper Brush does all of this without damaging the ski base in any way. The Copper Brush should be used before waxing to refresh (or open) the base as well as clean it. This brush should also be used to brush out hard, cold weather waxes such as Blue.
Used to gently polish out wax after spray application, ensures that the wax isn't completely scrubbed off after curing. Recommend dedicating one brush per wax.
The Toko White Nylon Brush is a high-quality all around brush for revealing the structure of freshly waxed bases.
The Toko Horsehair Brush Bristles are quite fine, about 1/4 to 1/5 the size of a standard Nylon bristle (or the same size as the polishing brush bristles). At the same time, they are quite stiff and aggressive. These stiff, fine bristles make the Toko Horsehair Brush work well for removal of hard, cold weather waxes.
The nylon brush is an all round brush for alpine or nordic ski wax tuning. The bronze brush is designed to be the first brush used after scraping.
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