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    Default What is a grip that doesnt get dirty easily?

    Don't give me an answer that says " Black Grip?"

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    Synthetic grips.. Towel grips smell bad after about 3-5 weeks...

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    Dark Synthetic grips.

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    Synthetic grips are good because they dont absorb sweat like the towel grips, if you want to make it look clean choose a darker grip, or wash your hand frequently, or just wipe your hands on a towel when they get sweaty

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    just use an overgrip you can get them for less than a dollar each and just them often.

    cory

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    I use Yonex Super Grap. When it gets too dirty, I just flip it, and voila. Good as new. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrots View Post
    I use Yonex Super Grap. When it gets too dirty, I just flip it, and voila. Good as new. ^^
    when I used supergrap, I did the exact same thing !

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    If you use rkep g9, you don't even need to flip it because it's less than $1 each!

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    I use mine 4 times ^_^
    when its used up, turn it 180 around, then flip, then turn 180 again~

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    Ha I do that too

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    Really???

    It's not really the dirt you can see that you should be worried about but the germs and bacteria you can't see. If I used only one racket playing maybe 6-8 hours a week I'd be switching it every 5-6 weeks.

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    @visor have you tried Rkep g08 I ordered it by mistake is it just a thicker version of g09

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