Bow Waxing - Danny Pyle

I was just reading a thread on another forum about waxing your bows and was wondering if it is necessary to do this. Does anyone here wax their bows? Does the Widow Boys recommend it?

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Mississippi bowhunter
February 25th, 2014 05:02:10am

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I don't wax nothing but the string. I do wax a few of my rifles with wood stocks. It really help protect them from scratches.

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Toby @ BW
February 25th, 2014 12:02:50pm

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It doesn't hurt either way. The wax can make the bow look a little shinier if you like that look

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Willie
February 25th, 2014 06:02:49pm
i wax bows,gun, arrows and the sides of broadheads (not the cutting edge).on the bow just like toby says it puts a little shine to it BUT just before hunting season i wax bow and don't wipe it off until end of season (no shine and good protection).

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Andy Man
February 25th, 2014 07:02:13pm

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I do it to protect the finish from any bug juice that might inadvertently get on it, also any litle minor scratches will buf out with the next coat of wax

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Bearhunter
February 26th, 2014 01:02:51pm

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I do wax my bow couple times a year mainly to protect the finish and the wood. I like many other widowers practice a lot during the summer and my hands sweat a lot, I feel this helps protect the riser at least. Plus during hunting season I once in a while get caught out in the rain and snow. Any way it's good for piece od mind. Before I get ask no I do not practice with gloves on during the summer I do when it gets colder.
Danny Pyle

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Mississippi bowhunter

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TOBY ESSICK

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Willie
Andy Man

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Bearhunter

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