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    Hey Guys,

    I don't know if a lot of you tried these things, mine are the brand 'elvana'. They're very thin towelgrips and are pretty cheap and long enough to wrap up the shaft an inch or so.

    They're too rough on my hands (I'm selling a few) but they're surprisingly good for their price. The only problem I have with them is that when you try to take one off: it's a disaster.

    What solutions have any of you tried?
    I wrap seran-wrap underneath it, which works pretty well. I also tried underwrap (normally used for taping in injuries) which works pretty well.

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    I use underwrap.

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    I use normal clear scotch tape underneath my Mongoose towel grips.
    Should work with Elvana grips too.

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    I use duct tape, cheap and easy.

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