Thread: Liquid Grip
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Old 10-08-2010, 01:05 PM   #2
Jarod Barker
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It's ok. I don't think it'll ever replace chalk, but it keeps your hands dry. It makes a thin layer, so it's not like really chalking up before a heavy clean or farmer's walk, but it gets the job done better than just trying to dry your hands off between sets. No sense in trying to put globs on though, it still turns into a thin layer. Doesn't smell too bad either, a bit like coconut.
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