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powder or spray that put in th grip

Discussion in 'Grip' started by lee728, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. lee728

    lee728 Regular Member

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    what is the function of powder or spray that put in the grip

    plss reply help me:)
     
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    keep your hand dry and keep the grip tacky.
     
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    spray? spray can? will anyone enlighten me on this?
     
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    i see, cant find it in www.yonex.com. is it available in other brands?
     
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    silentheart Regular Member

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    I do not know....
     
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    I believe karakal and wilson have similar things..
     
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    Yes they do...Karakal ones are not too bad..
     
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    thank you silentheart
     
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    You can try Mueller Stickum. Been using it for around two weeks and the results are pretty good
     
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    how much you buy it???
     
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    are you from the philippines? it's just 295 pesos, i think.
     
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    oh ok db filipino naman po ikaw??

    anu po bng grip ang pwd replacment or over grip??:confused:
     
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    i have big hands so i use a reglar grip on top of my grip. first time i used rubber gripping. the brand is head super absorb or something like that
     
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    hi from which store did you buy it in the philippines?:D
     
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    sa filinvest sa chris:)
     
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    Try applying talcum powder which is the main ingredient of baby powder or somethings contain talcum powder.It is quite dry (tacky?) with a little moisture on hands. Baby powder is also easy to get and a lot cheaper.
    I ve tried chalk powder(...) , quite slippy.
     
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    thanks man for the comment
     
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    U can try those powders that are sold in pharmacy for absorbing excess moisture. I got mine in a Pharmacy in Singapore named " ZeaSORB Absorbent Powder". I have been using them for a year plus on my towel grips and they work real fine. But i am not sure if they are available in your country. Good Luck.:D
     
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    I bought a gosen grip powder.Havent really tried it yet.But it's preety affordable though.About 1 USD,in indonesia.
     

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