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Clean Yonex logo stencil?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by *chance*, Apr 2, 2012.

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    *chance* Regular Member

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    I used my yonex stencil for the first time and already can't get the color off the stencil (or a tiny bit off one of our wood tables, don't worry it was a quite cheap one). <____<

    Can anyone help? :)
     
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    why would you want to clean the stencil itself when it will be dirtied again on the next use??
     
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    True, but it just looks nicer with it not getting more and more dirty, although I suppose the good thing is that the color does indeed not come off the stencil at all so it won't rub on your clothes, fingers etc.
     
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    go play some badminton instead of wasting your time. ;)
     
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    It's 22:54 here! :D
     
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    go do some shadow footwork drills, some weighted squats, lunges, skip rope 500 revs, 60 rep tricep curls, and then come back and talk to us again!
     
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    Wow sorry I didn't mean to anger you or so. oô
     
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    hehe. i wasn't. just playing along. :)
     
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    Haha I see, but well I'm kind of a lazy individual. Training alone is quite boring. At least I got my badminton course in my university to lead and training on friday evening to stay kinda fit. :p
     

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