How to clean a cord grip
Posted 22 December 2005 - 03:27 PM
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Posted 23 December 2005 - 07:44 AM
I use a small grain sandpaper to rub on the grip a bit, then I clean the grips with hot water and soap dish useing the ruff side of a green/yellow sanding sponge (some people use just soap dish, but this will keep you rubbing till the end off time to get it off, or you will stand with foamy grips when it rains), wash of with normal to hot water and repeat the last to steps then dry off with towel and let the grips dry for a while.
It works like a charm and your grips look and feel like new, however I was told the especially the sanding and ruff rubbing part is not good when you try to clean cord grips.
Posted 23 December 2005 - 02:56 PM
I wouldn't say that. Sanding your grips every now and then will keep the cord exposed.
Posted 23 December 2005 - 03:45 PM
Just as an aside, I also have used it on white rubber of tennis shoes to make them look just like new also.
Posted 23 December 2005 - 06:22 PM
(WINN'S and LEATHER are another story altogether!)
1) Warm soapy water. (Normal dish soap.)
2) Get a semi stiff brush. One that you could use to scrub your iron's grooves with. (An old hair brush will do.)
3) Wet the grips first, then dip the brush in the soapy water, then scrub lightly.
4) RINSE THEM OFF with CLEAN WATER!!!!!!! (Important!!! get the soap OFF!!!)
5) Pat dry with a towel, don't RUB them to death. Let them AIR DRY!
They will be great in doing this a few times, but if you play allot, change them at least once or twice a year.
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Posted 23 December 2005 - 11:05 PM
I used warm water and (2) dabs of soap.......And!.....A splash of beach.....then I scub them with a hard bristle brush, rinse with cold water, and towel dry. Mine come out like flypaper....TACKY!
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