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Chapter 2: How to become fluoro-free

Chapter 2: How to become fluoro-free

The future is fluoro-free, and the future is now. All official FIS and IBU races are fluoro-free and the rules are simple: You are not allowed to race with fluoros anymore. To be confident that your skis comply with the new regulations, some things should be taken into consideration before you cross the starting gate.

Ensuring your equipment is fluoro-free has become more than a compliance measure; it's a commitment to the sport's future.

With recent regulations from FIS and IBU mandating a fluoro-free environment in competitions, the importance of thoroughly cleaning your skis has never been more important. Meticulously removing every trace of fluoro compounds is not just about adhering to rules; it's about embracing a cleaner, more environmentally friendly approach to skiing.

For a more detailed walkthrough on cleansing your skis and equipment, be sure to read our comprehensive guide on becoming fluoro-free. This guide offers an in-depth look at each step required to fully transition your gear. From selecting the right products, like our I94 Pro Cleaner, to the nuances of effectively using them, this guide is an invaluable resource for every skier and technician committed to this important transition.

By thoroughly cleaning and maintaining your equipment, you're not only ensuring optimal performance but also contributing to a healthier environment for future generations of skiers.

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