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Solda Brush Guide

Which Brush should I use?


Bronze Brush
Use for freshening bases with fine grind before waxing. We usually make 2-3 passes with the
brass brush after scraping all cold/hard waxes. Then we continue with nylon or Tampico before
we finish with the horsehair brush.
• Fine, soft brass bristles

solda tampico brushTampico/Nylon
Use this brush to remove medium to warm waxes after scraping. It will also polish base surface
like a shoeshine brush.
• Natural / synthetic hybrid
• Abrasive yet safe on base structures


Nylon/Horsehair
A little softer than the nylon brush, use this after scraping for removing warm waxes from coarse
base structures.
• Synthetic / natural hybrid
• Stiff nylon combined with softer horse hair
• Horse hair is non-conductive for static charge

Cork
Use this for cold application and polishing fluorocarbon waxes. Work back and forth with
medium hard strokes to create friction and force fluorocarbon powders or block applied waxes
into the bases.
• Natural cork working surface


solda felt brushFelt
Use this brush for polishing fluorocarbons after corking. For the fastest skis possible!


horsehair ski waxing brush Horsehair
Use this brush as the final polish brush for any waxes. This can also be used for brushing out
cold waxes on fine structures if you don’t have a fine brass brush.
• Fine, natural fiber
• Neutral electro/static charge


solda scotchbrite ski wax brushScotchbrite
Use this for cleaning ski bases after metal scraping or base repair.
Cleaning bases starts with a metal brush. Follow this with back and forth cleaning with the ScotchBrite. Always finish with two tip-to-tail brushings.


nylon brushNylon
Use this brush to remove waxes from most base grinds after scraping. It will not damage
structures. For many skiers this could be your only brush.
• Medium brush bristles
• Synthetic, durable fiber