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View Poll Results: How often do you WASH your grips?

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  • Never / replace grips

    26 27.96%
  • Once a season

    14 15.05%
  • Every 3 months

    15 16.13%
  • Once a month

    26 27.96%
  • Once a week

    9 9.68%
  • After every game

    3 3.23%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Break68 View Post
    I tried this on the weekend, just water and no Simple Green and it works like a charm. Very fast and easy and the grips look and feel like new.
    This works great , gave it a go on my NDMC's

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnazzyD View Post
    My friend and I couldn't get the cigarette smell out of the grips his set has. We tried warm water and soap and a good brushing, but they still stink. Any suggestions before he goes hunting for a grip sale?
    Sanding them with medium grit sand paper would have helped tremendously before washing them with soap and water.
    If you were to put the clubs upside down in a bucket and let them sit for a day or so with something like orange glow
    http://www.orangeglo.com/
    or Hertel they would definitely no longer smell like cigarette Or you could sell them to a smoker
    Signed: X-smoker and new e-steamer
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    I tried this today it worked great and does a fantastic job. It is a little work to do a lot of grips but very worth it for the results as they are like new. Make sure you get the correct prod t at Can Tire with code 39-0716-8 cost about $10. I did my Scotty Cameron red grip and this alone saved me $30 as I really like that specific grip.

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    Just read the post and tried it. Is was Ok but I still stick to my Spray 9. Just spray and wipe off after 30 seconds, try it and you will believe. Read the back it even says good for sporting goods. Just my 2cents

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    Not recommended on Winn grips:
    http://www.winngrips.com/grip-care

    CLEANING A WINN GRIP

    Because Winn grips have absorbent properties, they may eventually soil from dirt and perspiration from your golf glove and hands. This does not affect the performance of the grip.
    To clean a Winn grip, apply a small amount of water to a soft towel, and gently rub the grips. Do not saturate the towel. Never use a brush and soapy water to clean a Winn grip because it may damage the top surface and destroy the tackiness and slip-resistance of the grip.
    DO NOT immerse Winn grips in a bucket of water to clean them. This will saturate the underlying layer of the grip and may ruin the grip.
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    Went to the Canadian Tire on Carling/Clyde yesterday and the Simoniz Tire Cleaner, 946 ml spray bottle, Canadian Tire product #39-0716-8 was on clearance for $6.43 -- at least 20 units left

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    Quote Originally Posted by hx101 View Post
    Too much work...
    Hot water with dish soap and a stiff brush... Done.......
    Exactly what I do..but air dry before placing back in bag

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    or the 19th tee club cleaners.... !! OMG posted the same thing in 2013.

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