I60C Ski Cleaner Wipe, PK a 5 pcs

$10.00

Efficient ski cleaner wipe for removing sticky wax and klister residue.

  • In stock
  • Wipes with ski cleaner
  • For cleaning skis
  • For ski waxers
  • Takes up little space on the go

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Technical specifications

  • Product number I60C
  • Country of origin:Germany
  • Gender:01NoRelevance
  • Season:Fall/Winter
  • Concept:I Line

    Danger

    H-sentence number: H226, H304, H336, H412, EUH066

    H-sentence: Flammable liquid and vapour. May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking.

    FAQ

      Why do I need to clean my skis?

      To avoid poor grip and glide, you need to clean your skis. The purpose is to remove old wax before applying new wax.

      Use Base Cleaner, fiberlene and preferably a scraper to clean the grip zone. Use the glide wax cleaner and the fiberlene to clean the glide zone.

      How do I remove old ski wax?

      The easiest and gentlest way to remove ski wax is with fiberlene and base cleaner.

      You can also use a plastic scraper if you have a lot of old wax on your skis and the wax is firmly stuck on. 

      Video: How to remove old ski wax

      How do I remove klister from my skis?

      Use klister remover (I64N Base Cleaner) and fiberlene.

      First, take the fiberlene and remove the klister. Apply it over the klister on your skis. Leave it on for a short while to take effect and then use a scraper to scrape off the klister underneath the fiberlene.

      This allows you to get rid of most of the klister without it becoming too sticky. Finally, polish off the residue with the fiberlene and klister remover.

      Another option if you have a waxing table and waxing iron is to place the fiberlene over the klister on the ski. Slide the waxing iron over the fiberlene. You will notice that the klister sticks to the fiberlene. Take a scraper and scrape off the fiberlene.

      Video: How to remove old klister

      What equipment do I need to clean my skis?

      You need Base Cleaner, Glide Wax Cleaner, fiberlene and a plastic scraper.

      The easiest and gentlest way to remove grip wax is with fiberlene and base cleaner. A plastic scraper can also be used if you have a lot of old wax on your skis and it is firmly stuck on. 

      Video: How to remove old ski wax

      Use the glide wax cleaner and fiberlene to clean the glide zone.

      It is important that you do not use Base Cleaner and Glide Wax Cleaner on skin skis. This will remove the skin's adhesive. You can clean your skin skis with Swix Skin Cleaner.

      How often should you clean your skis?

      You should clean your skis every time the trail changes, and whenever the wax on the skis is no longer correct for the present trail.

      You will also need to clean more often if there is a lot of muck on the ski trail and/or there are skid steers that have a lot of wear on the grip wax. This is because the wax is pulled out into the glide zone.

      Video: How to remove old ski wax.

      What’s the difference between red (Base cleaner) and black (Glide Wax cleaner)?

      Base cleaner (red box) is for cleaning the grip zone. Glide Wax cleaner (black box) is for cleaning the glide zone. When using the Glide wax cleaner, you clean away any dirt and not the glide wax cleaner. If you use Base cleaner, you clean off the glide wax and dirt. After using Base cleaner in the glide zone, you need to glide again.

      Do not use Base Cleaner and Glide Wax cleaner on skin skis. This will remove the skin's adhesive. You can clean your skin skis with Swix Skin Cleaner.

      Can I use base cleaner on the glide zone?

      No, preferably not. This will remove the glide wax and dry out the ski. If you use Base cleaner in the glide zone, you need to glide the ski again.

      We recommend using Base cleaner when cleaning wax and klister from the grip zone on your skis.

      Do not use Base Cleaner and Glide Wax cleaner on skin skis. This will remove the skin's adhesive. You can clean your skin skis with Swix Skin Cleaner.

      Can I use glide wax cleaner on the grip zone?

      No, preferably not. It is relatively expensive and will not be very effective at removing old grip wax and klister.

      We recommend using Base cleaner when cleaning wax and klister from the grip zone on your skis.

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