- Product number KB20-150C
- Country of origin:Norway
KB20-150C Base klister spray, 150ml
Ingenious base klister spray. Equally great for recreational skiing and racing.. KB20.
- In stock
- Base klister
- Temperature range -15°C to +10°C
- For skiers who train and compete
- Practical upside-down nozzle
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H-sentence number: H222, H229, H315, H336, H411
H-sentence: Extremely flammable aerosol. Pressurized container: May burst if heated. Causes skin irritation. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
What is klister and when do you use klister on skis?
How do I apply klister?
First, put the klister in the grip zone of the ski. If the klister is hard and therefore tough to apply to the grip zone, we recommend putting it in a warm place for five minutes, e.g. on the bathroom floor.
The easiest way to do this is to use your thumb to spread the klister over the grip zone, but if you find this a bit sticky you can also use a scraper.
We’ve prepared a guide for those who want to know more about klister.
Klister is this easy to use
Video: Applying klister
What equipment do I need to apply klister?
Which klister do I need as a beginner or advanced skier?
What is the difference between quick klister and regular klister?
Quick klister (e.g. K65C Uni ) is an option that makes it easier to put the klister on the skis than regular klister.
If you’re on the ski slopes and need to apply a layer just before you go out or need more klister during your ski trip, quick klister is ideal. Quick klister is thin and is best for short trips or trips where you have time to apply klister several times.
Regular klister comes in a tube and is easier to put on compared to Quick klister, but will in turn last longer.
Video: Applying Quick klister
Why do I need base klister spray?
Base klister (e.g. KB20C Base klister ) is what you put on first so that the klister that is laid on top and suited to the day's conditions has better grip and lasts the entire ski trip.
Why apply dry wax over a layer of klister?
Once the klister has been standing for a while, it will become hard and you can then place regular grip wax on top. This is done to avoid chafing on trips where there is a difference between damp and wet and colder and drier snow.
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 to work for a while and then use a scraper to scrape off the klister that is stuck under 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.
If you have a waxing table and waxing iron available, you can also take the fiberlene that you put on top of the klister. Then take the hot waxing iron and drag over the fiberlene. The klister will then stick to the fiberlene. Take a scraper and scrape off the fiberlene.
Video: How to remove old klister
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