PISTOLERO - WHITE LIGHTNING Grip Getting Dirty

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By Colin G

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  1. Colin G

    Colin G
    Tampa, FL

    I just purchased the PISTOLERO - WHITE LIGHTNING grip and was wondering if anyone has issues with keeping it clean? Or if anyone had tips on cleaning the grip.

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  2. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Hot water and liquid dish soap.. Last draw is highly dilute Simple Green and HOT water!
  3. I really like the look of the white grip? does anyone know if an all white grip exists? I would love to get my hands on one if so... but hot water with dawn should do the trick and keeping it off the ground as mush as possible. i use a tee or tool to prop the grip up off the ground especially during morning rounds when the dew still out.
  4. I have had orange, purple, black, and red on that style with no issues.
  5. I have this grip on a X5 Holiday 14 the grip needs to be cleaned after every round with warm water,soap and a gentle brush.
    Must not let the dirt become ingrained or harsher treatment will be required which will reduce the life of the grip.
    I believe they can only be obtained via the Scotty Cameron refurbishment shop.
  6. Tom B

    Tom B
    Northborough, MA

    Try a grip wipe that you can buy too. They're called GRIPES, I think made by Lamkin. They help clean the grips more after you do so with soap and water, and restore the tackiness to them too.
  7. Eric H

    Eric H
    New Oxford, PA

    I have the same grip on one of my Scotty's and have the same problem. I have used soap and water primarily and then when I dry the grip, give it a good squeeze as drying it to kind of "scrub" it a little more.
  8. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Any white grip is going to get dirty quicker. Recommend wiping it clean after every round.
  9. JW

    JW
    Bradenton, Florida

    I would say warm water and some dawn dish soap.

    Last resort would be to lightly use a magic eraser with some dawn for harder to clean spots.
  10. Chris B

    Chris B
    Monroe, LA

    I have this grip on my SC. I clean it once every few rounds...it will be dirtier than a darker grip.

    Ivory dish soap, hot water and sole scrubbing - keep it clean.

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