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    Man oh man... that's pretty easy chaos. But I really like this bag and no, dry cleaning is not available in my area. I'll have to go 1 hour away from town to dry clean it.

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    After game session, the grip is wet and straight away stored & zipped out, without taking out to dry off the grip at home. Under dark & moist condition where molds likely to grow rapidly & eats into the grip with sweat, thus the PolyUrethane would break down and become powder & worn off.

    If lazy to take out to be dried off, just wrap around the grip with tissue or plastic bag, so wont dirty the inner compartment. Or put a charcoal inside to control humidity (Dont blame me for the mess, hahaha~!!!)

    Quote Originally Posted by K4mu1 View Post
    Ask chaos xD... That was a quote...

    About my experience I've faced similar problem with a broken PU grip. They're sticky and it sticked to my racket bag. But as I could guess there are some bags with PU inside. PU will easily turned into powder in some enviromental condition... Like wet and dusty (my condition). Maybe there's lot more and I'm not sure xD... Since I'm not the one looking inside the bag.

    But of course maintaining this bag would still stands as the best idea. Since bag was nothing but accessories.

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    YONEX bag has more LEATHER material.. easier to clean... just use MR.MARK, mild&mold cleaner.. spray on the bag.. soak for 15 minutes.. then just wipe it. Cleans and shine!!

    Apacs got more NYLON-CLOTH material.. MR. Mark doesnt works.. XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos2blue View Post
    YONEX bag has more LEATHER material.. easier to clean... just use MR.MARK, mild&mold cleaner.. spray on the bag.. soak for 15 minutes.. then just wipe it. Cleans and shine!!

    Apacs got more NYLON-CLOTH material.. MR. Mark doesnt works.. XD
    Miss out something.. after using Mr.Mark on the APAC bag.. the stain got larger.. $$$ Flew Away.. lol!!!

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    Update: My bag just got worse, the black stuff is not only annoying but STICKY now. Hard to get it off your hands and it's almost everywhere. Joy to the world!

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    buy Yonex bag ler... apac's bag lousy.. mild&molds always grow on them especially when it got wet... shew shew.. throw away... YONEX still daBEST!! woot

    YONEX can clean with MR.MARK-Mild&Mold Remover !!

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    Yea yea yea you win. I'll get a Yonex Bag the next time I feel like going to the shop. I do have a HUGE apacs bags(3 compartments) backpack strap type which I am currently using right now. So far there's no problems with it and I've sort of got it wet during rainy days, but no molds.

    The thing is, I BOUGHT that one, the one with the mold or soot is FREE.
    Do you think it's Apacs's strategy?

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    @william
    Yea... that's most likely it xD...

    @stinkiray
    You'll never know what's on a marketing's mind. But I believe all "non-free" bags is better than those give-away things. (Even Yonex's give away is awful xD...).

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    Yeah rite, my 3-zip yonex bag inner part grows plenty mildews & molds, except the racket compartment - clean & dirt free. Use till complete worn out then consider buying new.

    Hard to find a 3 compartment with aluminum plastic surface in all the compartments. Those days YY bag got few models.

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