How to maintain a badminton grip to last longer?

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  1. ArialAlbert

    ArialAlbert New Member

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    I use towel grips and grip powder, but the grip only lasts for about a few times before it smells, is crusty, and dirty. What can i do to extend it's life? e.g. wash with water
     
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    Terraglow Regular Member

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    I use towel grip at the moment. One way to get rid of the smell is to take it off from the bag and air dry it. Also, i layer my wooden handle with electrical tape to prevent moisture from seeping into the wood handle. You also can use comb to fluff out the towel strands after drying it. I hope this help to minimize the smell issue. For dirt, its pretty much cant be helped, as it is almost impossible to keep your palms squeaky clean every sessions.

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    You can wear a wristband in order to absorb sweat that's running from your arm. Most of the sweat that wet your grip is actually comes from your arm, rather than your palm. I myself always wear a wristband when playing since I sweat like crazy when playing and i saved whole lot of grips with it.
     

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