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Tried & Tested: GRIPES - Grip Cleaning Wipes
by Carly Cummins
February 27, 2013

GRIPES - Grip Cleaning Wipes
Info:
www.lamkin.co.uk

They say: With the recent explosion of white and colour golf grips, the issue of grip cleaning and maintenance has become a hot topic. A common complaint from golfers involves the difficulties associated with keeping their light-coloured grips looking good. After hearing the question 'how do I keep my grips clean?' hundreds of times, grip manufacturer Lamkin has created GRIPES, grip cleaning wipes to make golf grip cleaning easier, faster and more convenient. The GRIPES wipes have a large surface size, a specially-formulated quick-drying cleaning solution and come in a convenient re-sealable pack. Each cleaning wipe thoroughly cleans up to five golf club grips, and each pack includes 15 cleaning wipes. The cleaning wipes were developed for use on rubber and synthetic rubber grips.

I say: What a great idea, I have always avoided white grips for the very reason that they will look dirty within a few months of play, but my lovely green Winn grips on my irons are looking a bit dirty and now I can keep them clean and looking new. As you can see in the pictures the results were amazing - the grips looked brand new after just a couple of quick wipes. The great thing about the gripes wipes is that they don't just return your grips to a normal colour, but they also make them tackier again, giving you the feeling of holding a new grip, so you are also saving money on the cost of having to re-grip your clubs. At just under a five a pack they are a cheap and easy way to get your grips looking and feeling great again.








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