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What is Liquid Grip?

Is it legal?

Are there any other sports this product can be used for?

Why use Liquid Grip?

How long does it last?

How do you wash it off?

What is Liquid Grip?

Liquid Grip is a water based hydrocellulose thickener that allows for rosin and chalk to mix in a suspension formula. This new innovative product is an exceptional drying agent that gives the user a dry and rosin feeling when applied. The product dries within seconds of applying and once dry binds to the fatty acids and does not transfer to clothing or the ball. As with rosin in its powder state and chalk, both leave a residue of dust that slightly transfers and ultimately can be inhaled by the user causing discomfort. Liquid Grip outperforms both products leaving no mess or transfer only giving the user a longer more effective grip. Once you apply Liquid Grip you will immediately feel the rosin’s properties bind to your palms and give you the extra grip you need when your palms start to sweat. In addition, Liquid Grip helps prevents blisters.


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Is it legal?

Liquid Grip is approved for use:

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Are there any other sports this product can be used for?

Yes! Liquid Grip is ideal for any athlete who requires a dry grip.

Liquid Grip has a broad spectrum of uses beyond sports. Liquid Grip can be used in fields such as: Physical therapy, Construction, Mechanics, Military and Law enforcement as well.

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Why use Liquid Grip?

Liquid Grip is an exceptional drying agent giving you the dry hands you want and the rosin tack you need when your palms begin to sweat. Its revolutionary formula allows the desiccants “chalk-rosin” to bind to the fatty acids instead of drying them out as normal chalk and rosin due leaving a barrier of grip on the users hands while leaving no messy dust or residue.

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How long does it last?

A small amount goes a long way! Typically the sodium potassium will break down the all natural ingredients within 90 minutes.

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How do you wash it off?

Simple, just wash your hands with warm water and soap.

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