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Ive never done so, but usually the sweat from my hands just ends up giving it a little bit more grip
Any kind of moisture will help the tama get grippier (works best with GT tamas in my experience [but they're pretty much the only nattys I play so]). I left a raw ash out in the rain for a couple minutes and after it dried up, the grain raised and it actually did help with the grip a little
I dunk mine in rubbing alcohol
@Brucey was the rubbing alcohol something you heard of or an experiment that worked?
@poncho151 a flow member of GT told me I’m prrtty sure and it has worked ever since lol I even dip my painted tamas in the alcohol too
@Brucey I'll have to give it a try, one question though. Do you soak it or just quickly submerge it and take it right back out?