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Old 10-23-12, 01:03 PM
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kcherney
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i've got a barbour beaufort as well.

to rewax a my filson canvas, i've just used this type of technique. i don't know what took this guy so long that he spent an hour though. i guess if you want to get wax in every single little nook and get it 100% waterproof... but you really don't need to spend as much time as he does. the key is having a hot hair dryer / heat gun though
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDmDeFWg4Zc

the wax used is called otter wax... comes in a bar about the same size as a bar of soap for about $6
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