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Tip for keeping your grips like new 7 years 5 months ago #52787

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this is a tip for keeping ANY grip out there super clean and tacky: Go to an auto parts store and buy a bottle of Westley's Bleche-Wite (yes, that's how it's spelled) usually found near the ArmorAll or tire maintenance liquids. Clean your grips with that stuff and rinse with water about once a month and your grips will be like new for a very long time. I got that tip from the guy I buy grips from on eBay and it's a good one.
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Re: Tip for keeping your grips like new 7 years 5 months ago #52790

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I just keep a damp towel during my round on me and wipe them after I use them. I learned this what I was caddying on the Canadian Tour for an event.

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Re: Tip for keeping your grips like new 7 years 5 months ago #52794

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PutterAddict wrote:
I just keep a damp towel during my round on me and wipe them after I use them. I learned this what I was caddying on the Canadian Tour for an event.

Thanks for the tip

I try to do that too, but sometimes I get lazy. Even with the damp towel, and that DOES work extremely well, try this stuff every couple of months and I think you'll be amazed.
Driver: Callaway Rogue, UST V5 shaft
Fairway: Titleist 915f 15 degree
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tmvds AKA Mr. Negativity wrote:
PutterAddict wrote:
I just keep a damp towel during my round on me and wipe them after I use them. I learned this what I was caddying on the Canadian Tour for an event.

Thanks for the tip

I try to do that too, but sometimes I get lazy. Even with the damp towel, and that DOES work extremely well, try this stuff every couple of months and I think you'll be amazed.

I keepthem wiped down But I thingk i moght give this a shot

Re: Tip for keeping your grips like new 7 years 5 months ago #53152

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tmvds AKA Mr. Negativity wrote:
this is a tip for keeping ANY grip out there super clean and tacky: Go to an auto parts store and buy a bottle of Westley's Bleche-Wite (yes, that's how it's spelled) usually found near the ArmorAll or tire maintenance liquids. Clean your grips with that stuff and rinse with water about once a month and your grips will be like new for a very long time. I got that tip from the guy I buy grips from on eBay and it's a good one.

My first thought is that it would dry the grips out, as that's what it seemed to do to my whitewall tires, back in the 80's!!

I'm guessing you haven't had an issue with that?
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pjevans wrote:
tmvds AKA Mr. Negativity wrote:
this is a tip for keeping ANY grip out there super clean and tacky: Go to an auto parts store and buy a bottle of Westley's Bleche-Wite (yes, that's how it's spelled) usually found near the ArmorAll or tire maintenance liquids. Clean your grips with that stuff and rinse with water about once a month and your grips will be like new for a very long time. I got that tip from the guy I buy grips from on eBay and it's a good one.

My first thought is that it would dry the grips out, as that's what it seemed to do to my whitewall tires, back in the 80's!!

I'm guessing you haven't had an issue with that?
-- P.J.

nope, not at all
Driver: Callaway Rogue, UST V5 shaft
Fairway: Titleist 915f 15 degree
Hybrid: Titleist 915
Irons: Ping i200
Wedges: Vokey 56* PXG 60*
Putter: EVNRoll ER9
Ball: Snell My Tour Ball
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