Rex Fluorine Powders

The Rex “crown jewels”. Complete series of fluor powders for all conditions, used by many national teams worldwide.

Our powder line is developed together with national ski teams for elite racing skiers. Fluoro powders offer unmatched glide properties and repel dirt exceptionally well. Sprinking powder on top of grip wax is also a really effective method for preventing icing and dirt.

Worlds leading cross country and biathlon teams trust Rex fluorinated coatings, why don’t you try them as well?



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TK-50
+5…-0°C

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The powder for the wettest conditions. At its best on old and coarse snow. Use HF11 Yellow for base wax. Durable and repels dirt. The dirtier and wetter the more layers of powder. Does no contain graphite or molybdene.

Application:

  • Iron temperature 180°C
  • Melt with one wipe
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well

Application for dirty snow:

  • Melt with one wipe
  • Brush the powder "up" with a nylon brush
  • Melt again with one wipe
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well
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490
TK-29
-2…-8°C

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The real all round powder for mild frosts. At its best on old and/or dry snow. Contains graphite.

Application:

  • Iron temperature: 180°C
  • Melt with one wipe
  • Brush the powder up with a nylon brush
  • Melt again with several quick wipes until dark
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well
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489
TK-820
-8…-20°C

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Powder for poor gliding cold snow in freezing conditions. Works well even up to -2°C on old or granular manmade snow. Trusted by many national teams when the conditions are cold! Contains graphite.

Application:

  • Iron temperature: 180°C
  • Melt with several quick wipes until the powder appears dark.
  • Brush the powder up with a nylon brush
  • Melt again with several quick wipes
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well
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481
TK-245
+5…-5°C

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Rex’s best selling powder TK-245 excels on all snow types and a wide range of conditions. Its peak performance is in new snow or humid mild frost, but it also performs well in coarse and wet snow conditions.

If you want to enter the world of fluoro powders, TK-245 is an excellent choice to begin with!

Appliation for wet conditions:

  • Iron temperature: 180°C
  • Melt with one wipe
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well

Application for 0°C / freezing conditions:

  • Iron temperature: 180°C
  • Melt with one wipe
  • Brush the powder up with a nylon brush
  • Melt again with one wipe
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well

Applying Rex Fluorinated Powders


Coating with Rex fluoro powder gives the ski best possible glide, without compromises.
Rex fluoro powders are trusted by national XC ski teams worldwide!


  1. Sprinkle powder evenly onto the base
  2. Arrange adequate ventilation in the waxing room. It is recommended to always wear a respirator
  3. iron in the powder by moving the iron slowly but steadily
  4. brush the powder up with short back and forth strokes with a nylon brush
  5. iron in with several quick wipes
  6. let the ski cool down
  7. gently scrape excess fluor off the base
  8. brush gently with a horsehair or metal brush
  9. finish with nylon brush. Wipe clean with a cloth