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Has anybody tried making homemade grip lotion? I ran a bottle of the brand name stuff almost dry. I tried adding rubbing alcohol to the leftover solids but it didn't work. So I went home and tried mixing rubbing alcohol with talc powder and again with cornstarch, but I can't seem to get the right results. Anyone got any recipes?

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Try that stuff that weight lifters use. Comes in a solid square block and seems like it would be like the lotion stuff if you add rubbing alcohol. Haven't tried it myself except for the dry solid block.

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Would it not be easier to just buy another bottle of pro grip????

:roflol:

i guess i'm too dang cheap lmao. cheapest i see is $60 shipped for a ten pack. would like to try and make some myself, the recipe seems simple enough. i've gotten close, but no cigar yet.

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[buffalo Bill voice]

It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again.

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Are manufacturer's required to publish a Material Safety Data Sheet (or Material Data Safety Sheet...an M.S.D.S.) for products that you actually apply to your skin?

You could try that route.

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You could go to sporting goods store and buy the same thing marketed toward tennis players.

yeah, that's what i've been buying, but it's always out of stock or 8 bucks. i'm cheap. :) i got a hot tip to look at walmart for 4 bucks but i'm 0 for 2 right now.

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Ever watch Max Michel or Chris Tilley getting ready? They will pickup a handful of dirt, rub it around in their hands, and shoot like the wind.

Dirt's pretty cheap .... dirt cheap, in fact! Might give it a try. :)

Other than that, just pony up the $8 and pay the man. :cheers:

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You could go to sporting goods store and buy the same thing marketed toward tennis players.

yeah, that's what i've been buying, but it's always out of stock or 8 bucks. i'm cheap. :) i got a hot tip to look at walmart for 4 bucks but i'm 0 for 2 right now.

Try a rock climbing store or REI, climbers use good chalk too.

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Get you some ribs slathered in Sweet Baby Rays bar b que sauce. Munch them down before the match and whalla....instant stick em! :surprise:

Quit smoking the expensive stoggies and maybe you can afford some spray grip! :roflol:

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Please buy a product marketed for strippers. It would make your squads job of ribbing SOOO much easier :ph34r:

You mean he doesn't already smell like baby powder and have glitter on his cheeks?

Thanks for bring that up :cheers: He said that if he didn't place well at the last out of state match, that he would shoot the GA State Match wearing a TUTU. The glitter would set it off! :roflol::cheers:

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Thanks for bring that up :cheers: He said that if he didn't place well at the last out of state match, that he would shoot the GA State Match wearing a TUTU. The glitter would set it off! :roflol::cheers:

y'all keep puuting words in my mouth :roflol: :roflol: :roflol: :roflol: :roflol:

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My kids hands are always sticky, combo of syrup, dirt, dog, chalk, ice cream and probably a few nose nuggets...essentially free.

Seriously, removing the oils and drying out the skin works pretty well. When I played baseball, our coach had a squirt bottle of rubbing alcohol he would squirt on our hands and make us rub them together and wipe dry before going up to bat. Worked wonders. I liked it better than Pine tar or rosin.

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