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Grip spray for shoe out sole on wood floor

Discussion in 'Grip' started by badder, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. badder

    badder Regular Member

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    Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I do ask a question about "grip".

    When on dirty wood floor, it's slippery. A good way of adding grip to the shoe is a wet towel.

    There is a kind of product, like Yonex AC466, or Python Anti-Slip Spray. Anyone has any experience with them?

    BTW, I am going to find a cheap hair spray and try it out,:crying:, because I heard that some pretty dancing girls use the hair spray when they dance on slippery wood floor.
     
  2. friendlyed

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    I have a can of the yonex stuff and tbh i think its a waste of money, I didn't notice much difference in grip and you have to apply it every time you play.

    I now just wash the bottom of the shoe every now and then with a sponge or cloth to take off the dust its better than that spray.
     
  3. jhirata

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    I've had it before. it's like glue. if the floor is dusty, the soles get slippery again. And it's better to use a 'damp' towel than a 'wet' towel.
     

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