No, you can now blow them on with an air gun and compressor. But if you don't have this you can use petrol (gas), grip solvent or white spirit.
To be honest, i wouldn't bother. You can use white spirit or petrol and grip solvent is cheap enough.
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.
You can either use white spirit or petrol, but obviously there are safety issues.
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.
For attaching heads to shafts a specialist epoxy is best, it can be purchased at any good golf shop or online. The grips are simply put on with a strip of grip tape and a solvent such as a specific golf solvent, petrol or white spirit.
Yes, just make sure once you put it on you wet it with plenty of solvent, inside the grip and on the grip tape.
i have a Winn type of grip and it works great
Golf grip tape is currently a generic product. There are many manufacturers of double sided sided tape. It is simply a way of attaching a golf grip to a golf club.
they have the interlocking grip,the overlapping grip,and the Baseball grip
No, the grip must conform to the rules of golf.
I use mineral spirits, a.k.a. paint thinner. It's cheap and I always have some around.