Product Description & Reviews
This tape is slippery when wet and tacky when it dries. It holds the grip firmly in place under temperature extremes, resisting twisting and slipping and is great for hobbyist wanting to avoid harsh chemicals or solvents. Helpful tips: Tear off approx. a stripe of tape approx. equal to the length of the grip. Apply the sticky side down length-wise onto the shaft. Make sure that about 1/2" of the tape extends beyond the butt end of the shaft. Wrap one side of tape around bottom of shaft and peel off the top liner of the tape while carefully wrapping the tape around the opposite side of shaft. Twist the 1/2" of the tape extending beyond the shaft and push it into the butt end of the shaft. To lubricate the tape, we recommend one of the following option. The first option is to mix two tablespoons of dishwashing liquid in one quart of tap water. For faster drying, you can also us clear glass cleaner with ammonia straight from the bottle. Allow 24 hours for the grip to completely dry if you use the water solution. When using glass cleaner, the grip will dry in approximately 8 hours.
Features & Highlights
- No need for harsh chemicals or solvents!
- Holds firmly under extreme temperatures
- Slippery when wet, tacky when dry!
- Thin, easy to tear, economical grip tape.
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