Magic Bubble Wax Remover Review
I recently read the Laird Hamilton book. This is not a review about that book, maybe later but for now this review is about enlightenment. Anyway I read the book and by the end of the book I felt like an inferior doughy mess of a man compared to Laird. I needed to get in shape, I needed to train… I needed a sensei. What I needed was Mr. Miyagi. To study under Miyagi would be kick ass. I knew that Mr. Miyagi would have me do chores, so I did the dishes and took out the trash. Where Ralph Macchio would have updated his facebook or twittered about his sadness I got ready to “Wax on. Wax off.”
I grabbed my board and the Bubble Gum Magic Bubble Wax Remover kit and continued on my path to physical and mental enlightenment. Using the provided scraper I went to town. WAX OFF! I kept a keen eye peeled for the devious Cobra Kai karate gang and their new wave hair doos. I grabbed the big pink “magic bubble” and prepared for more. I was advancing in my training but I needed more info so I read the instructions, which told me not to get the bubble, wet or near sharp objects. My yard cleared visual pat down of any roving porcupines or rain showers and I continued. Using the bubble I rubbed the board in circular motions – MORE WAX OFF! If Mr. Miyagi was here he would’ve seen a wax free board, and been pleased with the lack of chemicals being sprayed in the atmosphere like some other wax removers did. The Magic Bubble lived up to it’s name and now it was my time to shine with the oh so tricky “wax on” portion of the training. I used the base wax included with the kit and started using- (you guessed it,) circular motions applying the wax. I achieved Satori in my waxing ease. WAX ON! My board and I were ready to take on the Cobra Kai courtesy of the super easy to use Bubble Gum Wax Magic Bubble Wax Remover. I highly recommend this product for training in your karate dojo or if you just need to re-wax your stick before doing five piggies over the nose Crane Kicks at your local break.