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Old 10-07-2012, 08:48 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Chotobaka View Post
Since you already have replacement grips, there is nothing to lose by trying a little mad-scientist stuff. I would try roughing up the surface with sandpaper (creating a fresher surface) and using something like linseed oil (use for breaking in and keeping baseball mits supple). You could go so far as to use a little pine tar -- I don't think you can get more tack than that.
Yeah, I've thought of using fine-grit sandpaper too! Planned on trying that on some old leather to see how things work.
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