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Bow String Cable Protection Wax 1oz Parker Red Hot Wax And Lube Kit Barnett Crossbow Lube Wax - 3/Pack
Crossbow Bow String Cable Protection Lube Wax 1oz
List Price: $9.99
Our Price: $5.99
Sale Price: $4.99
Barnett Lube Wax - 3/Pack
Our Price: $9.99
Sale Price: $7.99
- Weight: 1oz
- For crossbows shooting over 300 fps
- 100% scent free, will not freeze
- Polymeric formula reduces friction
- Works into center serving
- Compatible with: All Crossbows
PSE Advanced String Wax TenPoint Flight Rail and Trigger Lube Carbon Express Flight Rail Lube
- Compatible With: Any synthetic string material
- TenPoint Flight Rail and Trigger Lube
- Will not gum-up in cold weather or collect dirt and grit
- Increases string life
Excalibur Ex-Wax Serving Wax Excalibur EX Lube Rail Lubricant Excalibur EX-OIL (Trigger + Hardware Oil)
Excalibur Ex-Wax Serving Wax
Our Price: $14.99
Sale Price: $9.99
Excalibur EX Lube Rail Lubricant
Our Price: $14.99
Sale Price: $12.99
- It comes in a handy resealable container
- Excalibur EX Lube Rail Lubricant
- Excalibur Trigger + Hardware Oil
PSE String Chubs Darton Bowstring and Crossbow String Lube TenPoint Crossbow Maintenance Kit
PSE String Chubs
Our Price: $7.99
- Assortment of colors
-  Bowstring Wax
-  Crossbow String Wax
- TenPoint Microlon Precision Oiler
- TenPoint String Wax and Conditioner
Arrow Snot Arrow Release Fluid Bow Snot Archery Oil Pen Bow String Lipstick Pink String Wax
- Target Arrow Release Fluid
- Convenient Felt Tip Applicator
- Easy Arrow Removal From Targets
- Removes Dirt & Debris
- 100% Odorless
- Engineered to Improve Performance
- Heat Displacement Technology
- Non-Flammable, Non-Toxic
- Prolongs Bow String Life
- Retractable Glide-On Container
- Non Freezing, Non-Flammable
- Weatherlock Technology

The main purpose of crossbow waxes and lubes is to keep the strings and cables of your crossbow in good working condition and prevent them from wearing too early. There is some maintenance you must not neglect doing, otherwise you may end with a failed hunting trip or worse, an injury. Neglecting to properly maintain your crossbow may also potentially cause serious damage to your crossbow over time.

While it is important that you wax the string and cables thoroughly, it is equally as important to avoid the servering of the string. Keep in mind that if you are using hard or low-quality crossbow waxes, this will soon cause wax to build up in the trigger box, subsequently making the crossbow almost impossible to cock. In the event this actually happens, the only solution is to take the trigger assembly apart and give it a thorough cleaning. This is not an easy as it sounds and not a do-it-yourself project for most. You might need to return the crossbow to the manufacturer to fix the problem.

In addition, it is recommended that you use a light-weight, oil based crossbow wax over the Vaseline based waxes. Make sure to re-lubricate the crossbow rails every 20 shots and strings every 50 shots or so. Lastly, the scent of string is very strong, which will catch the attention of your prey and startle them causing them to run away. This is highly frowned upon by veteran hunters, so be sure to stay downwind of prey.