Golf grip solvent is lighter fluid/shellite.
You can use white spirit or petrol (gas if you live in USA I believe) but there are safety issues with these liquids so be careful.
You can either use white spirit or petrol, but obviously there are safety issues.
Yes, white spirit is very good to use when regripping a golf club. It is in my opinion, the next best alternative if you don't have grip solvent.
To be honest, i wouldn't bother. You can use white spirit or petrol and grip solvent is cheap enough.
No. The solvent is used to remove the old double faced tape; then to allow the new grip to slide onto the new double faced tape. ANOTHER POSSIBILITY If you're using water activated grip tape then the proper solvent to use is water with just a little shampoo added. Otherwise, the use specialized grip tape solvent, or maybe mineral spirits.
Yes, much more inexpensive than grip solvent. You can find it at your local painting supply store. Note: use at your own risk. I do not encourage the use of the forth mentioned solvents. Please read all labels and MSDS before use.
I use mineral spirits, a.k.a. paint thinner. It's cheap and I always have some around.
You put the club in a rubber vice and tighten. Then get a Stanley knife with a hooked blade, put it at the bottom of the grip and pull the knife towards the butt end of the club. You then use some grip solvent or white spirit to remove the old grip tape. And then you can start putting on your new grip.
Grip solvent is definitely the best for re-gripping, but you can use white spirit or petrol, which both work well.
Use exactly what the manufacture of the golf cart recommends and nothing else.
They use their feet to grip branches or whatever else they need to.
You get shaft entensions and cut them to size. Then you take the grip and grip tape off the club. They fit into the current shaft and must be glued in place as shaft extensions must be permanent. You then reprip the club
You shouldn't really use any house hold cleaner on golf club grips as it will destroy them, enjoy the mild ones. A clean towel and clean water is absolutely perfect. You can buy some specialist golf grip cleaners over the internet or in golf shops.