Previously the CEO of NIC, Inc., Jeffery Scott Fraser has since invested in Job Pose, which matches employers with qualified job seekers, and owns the Tsaina Lodge. Away from his work, Jeffery S. Fraser is a keen snowboarder.
Regular waxing of a snowboard ensures it enjoys a longer life and runs quickly across the surface of the snow. To complete the job, you will need an iron, some wax, a cloth, a scraper, a scouring pad, and a structuring brush.
Start by removing the board’s bindings, as the metal screws used to attach them will heat up under the iron if left in place, then scour the board and use your cloth to remove any excess grime.
Next, turn your iron up to medium heat and use it to melt the wax onto the board. Aim to create a steady drip of wax that you can manipulate onto the edges of the board before creating a zig-zag pattern up the middle. From there, place the iron on the board’s base and begin moving it in a circular motion, making sure to cover the entire base to create an even coating of wax. Do not hold the iron in one place for too long, as this will damage the board.
Allow the wax to cool for approximately half an hour before using your scraper to scrape it off the board, paying particular attention to any accumulations of wax around the edges. Finally, use your structuring brush to apply a firm brushing to the entire board from tail to nose, thus removing any remnants of wax.
Jeffery Scott Fraser founded the National Information Consortium and Kansas Information Consortium in the 1990s as companies that provided individual and corporate clients with efficient ways of interacting with the government via the Internet.