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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [DB]' started by David Kaczorowski, Jul 13, 2005.
Where might one buy it?
At one time you could find it in shoe stores and sporting goods stores--it works really well for softening up a new baseball glove.
Hey David, is there any chance you want to use it for gut strings? If so you can also give a try to regular baby oil, works great , if that is not the purpose . sorry , im out of here.
Agreed - if for guts, the neatsfoot oil (being an animal by-product) can get funky, as it were. Stick with the baby oil, which is typically just straight-up mineral oil. No fuss, no funk.
But, maybe he likes that 'simmering bacon' smell on the fast passages.
Maybe he's softening up a *really* stiff quiver?
I find a couple of beers works wonders for that.
Ray, I don't think that means the same thing in Canadienese...
Where I come from, what Ray's talkin' 'bout is known as Brewer's Droop.
Well, my comment was a little more obfuscious in nature -- I was commenting on 'liquid courage'. Brewer's Droop doesn't kick in until many beers later...
Thanks, I'll try it.