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Default Re: Waxed or unwaxed?

No, that thread would have been called "Wax on, Wax off" =D
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Default Re: Waxed or unwaxed?

i find that even prewaxed thread is just like unwaxed, so i end up adding my own anyway. But not any kinda wax. if you want ultra grip for your thread, you need cobblers wax. easy to make, hard to fine in stores.
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maybe he's bikini waxed in the summer and unwaxed in the winter
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Indeed I do let myself go a bit in the winter!

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Aint nothin' wrong with that!!! hahahahaha!
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