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Please note: Ski's and snowboards dropped off between May 1st and May 21st can be picked up again starting May 29th. Our maintenance service will be closed from May 22nd through August due to machine maintenance. During this period, it is not possible to drop off ski's or snowboards.

Welcome to our ski and snowboard maintenance service.
On this page you will find all the information you need about our maintenance service for skis and snowboards.
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In order to guarantee optimum skiing/snowboarding pleasure and to prolong the service life of the equipment, it is important to keep it in good condition. Our maintenance experts prepare your ski or snowboard with the latest "state of the art" equipment. In order to avoid unnecessary time pressure, it is important to bring the material for maintenance in good time. We ask you to remove the bindings from a snowboard beforehand.

MAINTENANCE DURATION MAY

AMSTERDAM 

Contact the store for the latest information on the duration of the maintenance service.

DEN HAAG 

The current maintenance duration in The Hague is 1-2 weeks. If you drop off your equipment before Wednesday, you can pick it up the following week starting Thursday. If you drop off your equipment after Wednesday, it will be ready two weeks later starting Thursday.

LANDGRAAF

The current maintenance duration in Landgraaf is 2-3 weeks. If you drop off your equipment before Tuesday, you can pick it up two weeks later starting Tuesday evening. If you drop off your equipment after Tuesday, it will be ready three weeks later starting Tuesday evening.

RUCPHEN 

If you drop off your equipment in Rucphen for maintenance, you can pick it up a maximum of 1 week later.

TERNEUZEN 

The current maintenance duration in Terneuzen is 1-2 weeks.

ZOETERMEER

The current maintenance duration in Zoetermeer is 1-2 weeks. If you drop off your equipment before Wednesday, you can pick it up the following week starting Wednesday afternoon. If you drop off your equipment after Wednesday, it will be ready two weeks later starting Wednesday afternoon.

Ski and snowboard equipment dropped off between May 1 and May 21 can be picked up starting May 29. Please note: our maintenance service will be closed from May 22 through August for machine maintenance. During this period, it is not possible to drop off skis or snowboards.

MAINTENANCE DURATION

SUMMER TIME

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We would like to inform you of our modified times for service due to the off-season. We understand that maintaining your ski or snowboard is important to you. Unfortunately, during the months of June, July and August, our maintenance service is closed. During these months it is not possible to turn in your skis or snowboard

If you have any questions about our adjusted times, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our team is ready to help you and answer your questions. Starting in September, our maintenance service will be available again.

SKI MAINTENANCE

PRICES AND SERVICES

SMALL SMALL SUPER TREATMENT LARGE LARGE SUPER WAXING*
V V Cleaning V V .
 V V Pre-grinding V V .
V V Grinding V V .
. . Repair base V V .
. . Flat grinding V V .
V V Stone grinding V V .
. V Vario structure . V .
V V Tuning edges V V .
. V Radial tuning edges . V .
V V Waxing V V V
. V Infrared waxing . V .
V V Polishing V V V
€25,00 €35,00
€35,00 €45,00 €10,00
*Only a waxing (without edge grinding) is possible at the branches in Landgraaf, Rucphen, Terneuzen and Zoetermeer. In Rucphen and Terneuzen it is also possible to have a hand waxing carried out. The costs for this are € 19,95.

EXPLANATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES

SMALL SKI
In a small ski maintenance service your skis will first be cleaned and pre-sharpened. Then the steel edges will be sharpened to the right angle and the base layer will be given a good structure by stone grinding. Then the steel edges are tuned for good grip and easy turning. Finally, your skis will be warmly waxed and polished as a finishing touch.

SMALL SUPER SKI
In a small ski super service your skis will first be cleaned and pre-sharpened. After that the steel edges will be pre-sharpened and the base layer will be given the optimal vario structure by stone grinding. Then the steel edges are radially tuned for an extremely good grip and even more turning power. Finally, your skis are pre-heated by infrared heat, after which they are given a warm wax layer twice and polished as a finishing touch.

LARGE SKI
In case of a major ski maintenance, your skis will first be cleaned and roughly pre-sharpened so that the deeper damages will be pressed closed by the P-Tex Master. Then the excess filling material will be ground away and the base layer will be given a new structure by means of stone grinding. Then the steel edges are ground and tuned for good grip and easy turning. Finally, your skis will be warmly waxed and polished as a finishing touch.

LARGE SUPER SKI
In a large ski super service, your skis will first be cleaned and roughly pre-sharpened so that the deeper damages are pressed by the P-Tex Master. Then the excess filler material will be ground away and the base layer will be given the optimal vario structure by stone grinding. Then the steel edges are sharpened and radially tuned for an extremely good grip and even more turning power. Finally, your skis are pre-heated by infrared heat and then they are waxed twice and polished as a finishing touch.

BOOTFITTING, TAILORING BINDINGS AND REPAIRS


BOOTFITTING

SHOE ANALYSIS
*
*
*
*
SHOE HEATING
***
SHOE IN OVEN**
SHOE CUSTOMIZING*
PRICE€75,00€90,00€100,00€125,00

MOUNTING BINDINGS

MOUNT SNOWBOARD BINDING
€15,00
MOUNT SKI BINDING TO BOOTS€15,00
MOUNT RACE SKI BINDING TO BOOTS€50,00
SKI BINDINGS€75,00

REPAIRS

REPAIR CHIP
€10,00
BIG REPAIRST. B. D.

SNOWBOARD MAINTENANCE

PRICES AND SERVICES

SMALL SMALL SUPER TREATMENT LARGE LARGE SUPER WAXING*
V V Cleaning V V .
 V V Pre-grinding V V .
V V Grinding V V .
. . Repair base V V .
. . Flat grinding V V .
. V Vario structure . V .
V V Cork grinding V V .
V V Tuning edges V V .
. V Radial tuning edges . V .
V V Waxing V V V
. V Infrared waxing . V .
V V Polishing V V V
€35,00 €45,00
€45,00 €55,00 €10,00
We ask you to remove the bindings from a snowboard beforehand. The price of removing snowboardbindings is €2,50.

*Only a waxing (without edge grinding) is possible at the branches in Landgraaf, Rucphen, Terneuzen and Zoetermeer. In Rucphen and Terneuzen it is also possible to have a hand waxing carried out. The costs for this are € 19,95.

EXPLANATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES

SMALL SNOWBOARD
In a small snowboard maintenance, your snowboard will be cleaned and pre-sharpened. Then the steel edges are sharpened to the right angle and tuned for good grip and easy turning. In the end, the snowboard is provided with a warm wax layer and polished for a finishing touch.

SMALL SUPER SNOWBOARD
In a small snowboard super service your snowboard will be cleaned and pre-sharpened. After that, the steel edges are pre-sharpened and the base layer is provided with the most optimal vario structure by stone grinding. Next, the steel edges are radially tuned for an extremely good grip and even more turning power. Finally, your snowboard is pre-heated by infrared heat and provided with a warm wax layer twice, and polished as a finishing touch.

LARGE SNOWBOARD
In a large snowboard maintenance service, your snowboard will first be cleaned and roughly pre-sharpened. The P-Tex Master and the hand filler gun will close the deeper damages. After that, the excess filling material will be ground away and the base layer will be ground flat. After that, the steel edges are sharpened and tuned for good grip and easy turning. Finally, your snowboard is provided with a warm wax layer and polished as a finishing touch.

LARGE SUPER SNOWBOARD
In a large snowboard super service your snowboard will first be cleaned and roughly pre-sharpened. The P-Tex Master and the hand filler gun will close the deeper damages. Next, the excess filling material will be ground away and the base layer will be given the optimal vario structure by stone grinding. Then the steel edges are sharpened and radially tuned for an extremely good grip and even more turning power. Finally, your snowboard is pre-heated by infrared heat and provided with a warm wax layer twice, and polished as a finishing touch.

WHY CHOOSE A 'SUPER TREATMENT'

  • Vario structure: better drainage, which means better speed maintenance
  • Radial tuning edges: nose and tail will be sharpened in a different angle, which ensures smoother turning ability and better grip in curves
  • Infrared waxing: more intensive waxing method for better sliding ability

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DOING YOUR OWN MAINTENANCE

If you always wanted to wax and sharpen your skis or snowboard yourself, have a look on this page to find out what it takes.

HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY SKIS OR SNOWBOARD?

If you want to keep your skis or snowboard in top condition, you should take good care of your equipment. The belay (running surface of the ski/snowboard) should not dry out, the steel edges should remain sharp and rust-free, and the ski bindings should be checked every year. You can bring your skis or snowboard to our shops, but a lot of the work can also be done yourself.

This page explains how to maintain your equipment yourself in rough steps, and the video shows which material you need.

WHAT CAN I DO MYSELF?

A lot of maintenance can be done yourself. For simple maintenance jobs, such as waxing and sharpening, you don't need a lot of equipment. Ideal for updating your equipment during a holiday.

WAXING

Waxing a snowboard or ski is quite simple. Wax regularly, a well waxed ski/snowboard is more durable but above all it glides much better. Before waxing, make the snowboard or skis dry and clean. Make sure the ski/snowboard is at temperature (not freezing). Melt and spread the wax on the base with an iron. Spread the wax in the direction of the ski. The wax must never smoke. If the wax begins to smoke during melting it will lose all its gliding properties. When the wax is dry, scrape off all excess wax with a special wax scraper (hard plastic plate) in pushing movements in the direction of glide. Finally brush the wax with a special wax brush in the direction of glide (this creates grooves in the wax which make the ski glide even better)!

HOW OFTEN?

Regular waxing is a must. Once a week is certainly not excessive. If you carry out other maintenance work on your skis or board in addition to waxing, do this before waxing. Waxing is literally the finishing touch.

WHICH TYPE OF WAX?

There are many types on the market. From extremely expensive competition waxes to cheaper universal waxes. If you do not ski to a tenth of a second a universal wax, which is suitable for all temperatures, will do just fine. Possibly, for the real hobbyist, several waxes are for sale in order to prepare the skis properly for every temperature. But again a good all-round wax works fine for most skiers. Personally I wax a lot with a so-called cold wax, because this wax is harder and keeps the ski in condition for longer. At the moment we have 4 basic waxes in our range:

  • Betamix Red; the basic wax. Ideal to use as a first wax layer.
  • Alphamix Yellow; for the warmer temperatures and good to use for waxing skis/snowboards clean.
  • Ultramix Blue: for colder temperatures.
  • Indoor hot wax: because the wax is harder than the other three, this is the perfect base if you do a lot of indoor skiing/snowboarding.

On top of the basic wax layer you can easily apply another layer to increase your glide speed. If you apply a fluorine wax (increases speed), make sure that you never use the fluorine wax as a base layer. This causes the pores to burn and the skis to dry out.