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Black ooze! I have Salomon X Scream monocoque Skis. I have just returned from skiing and was giving them a wax before putting them away for the year. The skis have Prolink strengthening front and back and I noticed black sticky ooze emanating from the Prolink joints. These were easily cleansed by use of white spirit. 1) Is this a problem? 2) Do the Prolinks contain some sort of oil? 3) Do I have to have this rectified before skiing again? Thanks for your help.

Posted by peter_godfre on Feb 01, 2009

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