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02-28-2013, 02:17 PM
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How long to wait after Baking skates

How long do i need to wait to use my baked ccm u+CL Getting them baked at 330 and playing at 930. Is that okay?

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You should wait 24 hours before skating on them.

I would definitely not chance skating on them within 6 hours.

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What are the possible consequences?

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What are the possible consequences?
Loosing in durability

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What are the possible consequences?
well if the mold isnt finished cooling you risk

- losing the shape of the mold
- excessive flexing of the boot, which will result in premature wear
- loss of shape and performance

not worth the risk my man

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Alright thanks guys! I appreciate it. Looks like I'll just wear my old skates tonight

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you could just forgo the baking for today althought your feet may be sore during the game.

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24 hrs is just to be completely safe. Given that you paid a lot of money for a very heat mouldable boot, it would be sensible to wait at least that long.

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Is it possible to cool them in the fridge or something? Lol

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Yup, at your own risk. Fridge though, not freezer lol

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What's the risks of putting in fridge?

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Shouldn't be risky; I assume the skates will be in a static state in the car ride home without being exposed to extreme temperatures. I would keep your skates in an upright position in the fridge for about an hour. Have them cool (warm?) naturally at room temperature until your game. Should be alright, but the safest way will always be to wait 24 hrs.

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Shouldn't be risky; I assume the skates will be in a static state in the car ride home without being exposed to extreme temperatures. I would keep your skates in an upright position in the fridge for about an hour. Have them cool (warm?) naturally at room temperature until your game. Should be alright, but the safest way will always be to wait 24 hrs.
Cool thanks man! Just put them in!

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its not about cooling them, its about letting the mold set. its not worth it to try and fast track it, just suck it up and wait 24 hours

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