'Tis the season to remove surf wax...
'Tis the season to remove the warm water surf wax from your surfboard for cool or cold water wax. I think we all tend to dread this chore. We have all been guilty of using the wrong tool for the job (e.g., a metal spatula from the kitchen) only to scratch or damage our surfboard in the process.
On the other hand, there is the classic surf wax comb. They are usually given away for free as a novelty item. Not surprisingly they don't work very well. They are small (particularly if you have man hands) making it difficult to get any leverage. Even worse the comb tends to dig into your hand when trying to remove caked on wax. These and other surf wax combs on the market can also be made of materials that can damage your surfboard.
Wax Knuckles is a new and innovative tool designed to efficiently remove surf wax from your surfboard (and paddle board). It is not just a novelty item. It has literally been engineered for the task and has gone through rigorous testing.
The width of the blade was carefully determined to allow maximum wax removal while still being able to reach the wax in the pressure dings and depressions on the deck of your board. Not only does it get the job done, it is ergonomically designed for your hand i.e., comfort.
Wax Knuckles are made in the USA with recycled plastic. Polypropylene was specifically chosen because it has just the right balance between hardness and flexibility to get the job done without damaging your surfboard.
Oh, and did I mention, they look like brass knuckles. When you're done removing wax from your surfboard you can use it to beat down a paddle boarder hogging waves at your local break.
If you are still looking for a stocking stuffer for the surfer or paddle surfer in your life, the Wax Knuckles Comb is a no-brainer. It is the best surf wax remover on the market.
Stylish, functional with brass knuckles design
Made in the USA from recycled plastic
Ergonomic design for comfort
Very efficient as surf wax remover
Polypropylene won't damage your surfboard