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    Is it as good as original yonex towel grip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fukudadude View Post
    Is it as good as original yonex towel grip?
    That would depend on the quality of the towel used?

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    Haha, clever comment... But just an original towel, or are there special for shopping?

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    excellent n innovative way to diy

    any1 can diy pu grip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a|extan View Post
    excellent n innovative way to diy

    any1 can diy pu grip?

    Yes no problem, first off you have to synthesise polyurethane i have left the formula below for your ease.
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    Get a length of material stick double sided tape to one side. Pour synthesised polyurethane into spray bottle and spray onto the other side of the said material.

    I usually knock this together with store cupboard things in the kitchen it's easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigandy View Post
    Yes no problem, first off you have to synthesise polyurethane i have left the formula below for your ease.Name:  360px-Polyurethane.png
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Size:  6.8 KBGet a length of material stick double sided tape to one side. Pour synthesised polyurethane into spray bottle and spray onto the other side of the said material. I usually knock this together with store cupboard things in the kitchen it's easy
    easy i got tons of this stuff lying around my house...we don't have to melt the (probably) solid polyurethane before shaping? interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigandy View Post
    Yes no problem, first off you have to synthesise polyurethane i have left the formula below for your ease.Name:  360px-Polyurethane.png
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Size:  6.8 KBGet a length of material stick double sided tape to one side. Pour synthesised polyurethane into spray bottle and spray onto the other side of the said material. I usually knock this together with store cupboard things in the kitchen it's easy
    wow.... u r good...u must b a chemistry scientist....i know nothing about this....thanks for sharing...

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    Wow.. We have a scientist here.... Cool...

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    Maybe LD made his own towel grip just like how Wukong told us.. Since LD towel grip is super thin, i can't find any towel grip as thin as his...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Maybe LD made his own towel grip just like how Wukong told us.. Since LD towel grip is super thin, i can't find any towel grip as thin as his...
    If you're talking about the LD towel grip he uses with N90, that is slightly thick which is similar to what LN has to offer in its grip product range. For the time when LD was sponsored by YY, the towel grips he used are the AC402 [normal and DX] (JP distribution) which are relatively thin, as I mentioned before, about just as thick as a double layered YY Super Grap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    If you're talking about the LD towel grip he uses with N90, that is slightly thick which is similar to what LN has to offer in its grip product range. For the time when LD was sponsored by YY, the towel grips he used are the AC402 [normal and DX] (JP distribution) which are relatively thin, as I mentioned before, about just as thick as a double layered YY Super Grap.
    Blitzzards, thanks for the enlightenment..

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    They should create a strap on towel grip so you can take it off when it hardens and wash it and put it back on. Easier life eh?

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    Thanks Wukong! Definitely gonna try this

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    Any towel material recommendation for it to have the same feel as normal towel grips?

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    can we just tape the double sided tape at the beginning and at the end of the towel grip???

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    Quote Originally Posted by xianxun View Post
    can we just tape the double sided tape at the beginning and at the end of the towel grip???
    If you only do that at either end the grip moves/spreads at the bit you hold it most, better just sticking tape the length of the grip.

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    Hows it going everyone,
    so I finally ran out of grips and decided to make my own towel grip.
    This is what it looks like:

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    Does it look right ? I have yet to try it out.

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