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Medium Ultra MF Wax

MasterWax Medium Ultra MF Wax | 10g|20g (-4C/-10)

This medium wax is the closest to a universal glide wax from the Mid-Range Ultra Medium Fluoro wax line. It works well in any snow condition but is best around -5C to -7C range. Performs well in any age of snow and is effective in man made snow.


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10g
Ships in 2-4 Weeks
Regular price
$200.00
Sale price
$200.00
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20g
Ships in 2-4 Weeks
Regular price
$325.00
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$325.00
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Features
  1. Comes in two sizes, 10g and 20g containers
  2. 10g container lasts for 30-40 pairs of skis
  3. 20g container lasts for 60-80 pairs of skis
  4. Make sure to label your wool applicators with the wax they're for. Using the same wool applicator for different types of wax is not advised since cross contaminating the wool can negatively affect performance.

Cost Breakdown: How many pairs of skis can be waxed with this product?

Option
Waxes This Many Pairs of Cross Country Skis:
Cost Per Application:
Comparative Price:
10g
40
$5.00 CAD
$ $ $ $ $
20g
80
$4.06 CAD
$ $ $ $ $
New to Tranforming Snow between -4.0°C and -10.0°C
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Recommended for these snow types:
  • Fresh Falling
  • New
  • Transforming
  • Transformed
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Snow Humidity

50.0% - 95.0%

More MasterWax Ultra MF Cold Apply Wax Line:
About this series: The Cold Apply Evolution is here! MasterWax Cold apply waxes are applied without an iron for quick, convenient application without harmful fumes. Masterwax adds a bonding agent to their blocks so the product adheres to the ski after being applied with a wool applicator attached to a standard power drill. The Ultra MF line is MasterWax's mid-range Medium Fluoro series. These waxes are great for training and ski testing. Cold apply reduces the chance of burning your bases with an iron to zero percent - meaning your skis last longer before stone grinding.
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    Regular price
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    Sale price
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Application Methods

Safety Warning!

In the application process of some ski wax products, you and others can ba exposed to dangerous dust, fumes or residues. With the correct safety protolcols in place, these risks can be mitiagted and waxing can be very safe.

Safe Waxing protolcol:

  1. Always wax in a well-ventilated area. Outside is best. If you have to wax inside make sure there is some sort of air exchanger in place. Range hoods are best. Fans are better than nothing. Be sure to point out any lack of air exchanging equipment to the staff of any waxing facility or the race organizers.
  2. Whenever using any kind of heat in the waxing process (irons, heat guns, torches) always wear a respirator. Respirators that cover your eyes are best and check for a fluorocarbon rating on your respirator. Remember, the most dangerous fumes are not from powders but resins in grip wax and klisters. Wear a mask even when you are using non-fluorinated waxes since fumes from burnt paraffins are not OK to inhale. Respirators are required in the wax room.
  3. When creating any dust in the waxing process (brushing, scraping) always wear a respirator and gloves. Compounds in blocks, liquids, powders, klisters, and other hardwaxes can be absorbed through the skin. Wax companies keep their wax recipes secret so we have no idea what chemical compounds are present in most waxes nor their effects on the body. Always wear gloves while waxing to reduce your risk to negligible levels.
  4. People who are not waxing are not allowed in the wax room.
  5. Be sure to safely dispose of wax shavings and dust. Contained in a plastic garbage bag is adequate.

With the proper level of adult responsibility, any wax can be used perfectly safely and with negligible harm to the environment. Follow the correct safety protocols whenever you enter a wax room and be prepared with the right safety equipment. Remember to enjoy your fast skis to the max!

    How to Cold Apply Pucks (Fleecing)

    Instructional video in Italian, but it gives you the idea. English instrctions below:

    Fleecing is a quick and easy way to get amazingly fast skis. Most people don't know this, but you can fleece any puck from any brand, not just the MasterWax or YESwax pucks. Durability tends to be very good and speed is amazing particularly in warmer temperatures. Fleecing tends to leave the bare minimum amount of product on the base which is fantastic because it reveals the ski bases' natural structure or stone grind. Fleeced waxes can be applied either on a completely bare, clean base or a paraffin base wax. As temperatures get colder, it's recommended to fleece over a hard base paraffin. Fleecing produces very little dust or fumes and uses product very efficiently. Compared to other application methods, the speed, speed or application, health and safety, and cost of cold apply systems is very attractive.
    1. Begin by scraping a brushing out your base as thoroughly as possible. Use steel brushes if you have one.
    2. Clean your entire base with a base cleaner or wax remover. Wipe as much dirt and dust off with Fiberlene or shop towel.
    3. Using a piece of Fibertex, energetically rub-down the entire glide