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    Default Way to make bmt shoes retain their grip?

    Hi all, sry if this has been asked before, i couldn't find it

    Anyways, i have a pair of SHB100s and ive had them for... around 7 months. They are not THAT worn out... but i do find that im starting to lose traction nowadays. The sole LOOKS to be fine and isnt that worn, but im still finding that i slide somewhat. (This of course is on hardwood floors)
    I have tried wiping the bottoms clean , but that didn't really work
    Is there anything i can do to make them more....grippy?

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    Sounds like the hardwood floor needs some cleaning or polishing if you have trouble maintaining grip.

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    is the yellow rubber hardened ???

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    wipe before you play, or buy spray

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