Brampton Complete Grip Kit for Golf Club Regripping – Includes 15 Tape Strips, Rubber Vice Clamp, and 4oz Solvent w/ Sprayer
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Complete Grip Kit Contents
Your order will contain everything in this list. Replacement grips not included.
- 14 Brampton Golf Grip Tape Strips (2”x9” inches)
- 4 ounces of Brampton HF-100 Grip Activation Solution with spray applicator
- Rubber vice clamp for club shaft protection
- Written instructions
Everything you need to regrip your golf clubs in a single kit.
Replace your golf grips in 10 minutes or less.
Are your grips slick and worn? Hard to the touch and slippery in hot and humid weather.
The only link you have with the golf club is the grip. If the grips are old and worn, they won’t allow you to perform to your full potential. If you’re squeezing the grip with a lot of pressure trying to stop the club from slipping or twisting during your swing, it’s time to regrip your clubs.
Brampton has led the industry for 20 years in the sale of safe regripping products.
Unlike other flammable solvents that have adverse side effects and that can cause dizziness if not used in a well-ventilated area, HF-100 (Hazard Free) Grip Spray Activator is the safer way to install your grips.
- No dangerous chemicals. No special tools needed.
- Rubber vice clamp included to keep your club in place. Only tools needed are a vice and any utility knife.
- Paper instruction and digital instruction video included.
- No need to be ‘handy’ with tools to replace your own golf grips.
- Enough supplies to regrip an entire set of clubs in less than an hour.
- Save hundreds of dollars on fees to golf shops with this affordable kit.
About the Brampton Complete Grip Kit
Improve your golf game
Golf is a sport, but it should also be relaxing. Nothing can ruin a beautiful day out on the course faster than that stubborn feeling that something is wrong with your clubs or your golf grip.
Golf grips can wear out quickly. Be sure to replace them at the first signs of wear. If the surface of the grip seems too smooth, it’s time to replace it. If there are cracks or discolored spots, it’s time to replace it.
Don’t let your grip get in the way of your enjoyment of the game.
The ‘HF’ Stands for ‘Hazard-Free’
The included HF-100 golf grip solvent is 100% free of hazards to your health. Most solvents are dangerous and flammable. You may need to use special venting systems or wear protective equipment to use it. Some solvents can burn your skin, seep in through your pores, and poison you even if you don’t ingest them. They can also be hazardous to children and pets.
Brampton golf regripping solvents are 100% safe. You can use them without wearing protective gear or worrying about dangerous fumes. You won’t have to take frequent breaks even if you’re regripping multiple club sets for yourself and your friends to clear your head.
Works for regripping tennis racquets, baseball bats, and more
Works on regripping all types of slip-on grips: Golf, Hockey, Bike Grips, Ski Poles, Exercise Equipment, and more.
The Brampton Complete Grip kit makes it simple to regrip many other types of grips. While the included grip tape strips are designed for golf clubs, you can use it for many other gripping applications.
Brampton regripping solvents can be used on delicate club materials like graphite, titanium, and other lightweight alloys that can be easily damaged.
Secure the club in a vice using the rubber clamp. Remove the grip using a razor knife with hooked blade and strip off the old tape.
Place the new grip over the top of the shaft and mark the length of the grip using a magic marker. This will give you a target when installing the grip to get the proper length.
Remove one side of the liner as pictured.
Apply the adhesive side to the shaft ¼” beyond the end of the club and wrap the tape strip around the entire length of the shaft.
Remove the second liner off the tape. Then, twist and push the ¼” extended tape into the open end of the shaft.
Spray HF-100 on the entire length of the grip strip (just enough to wet the tape). Spray a small amount of solution into the grip and pour the remainder over the tape.
Install the grip by pushing it over the tape making sure it hits the target length that you marked in step two. Make sure the grip and club face are in proper alignment.
Remove the club from the vice. Wipe any excess solution with a paper towel and gently tap the end of the grip on the ground to force out any trapped solution. Let dry for 15-20 minutes.