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How to Wax Your Crossbow String (And Should You Wax the Serving?)

A few people have asked about string wax. Here I talk about waxing the string on your crossbow, but also--should you wax the serving of your crossbow string? An important question. Here goes!...

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How to Wax Your Crossbow String (And Should You Wax the ...

A few people have asked about string wax. Here I talk about waxing the string on your crossbow, but also--should you wax the serving of your crossbow string?...

How to wax a crossbow?- What you should know - Bow Archery

Why Wax Your Crossbow String? Waxing your crossbow string does a couple of things, yet for the most part it might be said, it safeguards the life of the string by including a layer of security between the components and the string. At the point when a crossbow string gets dry, the strands fluff up. Fluffy strands cause jolts to shoot less ...

How to wax a crossbow? - White Gekko

Wax Tube – The easiest and most simplest way to wax your crossbow is to use a wax tube. Also known as wax applicators, these crossbow wax essentials are the size of a lipstick. But don't let the size fool you – proper application goes a long way with these beauties! A wax tube's main benefit is its portable and fast usage.

The Best Way to Wax a Crossbow String - Fearless Tactician

Proper Way to Wax Your Crossbow’s String. Waxing your string should take about 5-7 minutes. The way you actually wax your string is really simple. Depending on the type of wax you use, there are slight variations in what you need to do, but the general idea is the same.

How to Lubricate the Rail and Wax the String on a Crossbow ...

Ex Wax and Ten Point wax are very popular choices. Just apply some wax to the exposed string on the crossbow and then take your thumb and index finger and work the wax into the string. I recommend waxing your string about every six months. If you hunt with your crossbow in the rain or other extreme elements, you may have to do it more often.

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