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Rock Technologies Liquid Chalk

P542Z
$7.16

Rock Technologies Liquid Chalk in a 100ml or 250ml bottle. An innovative way of achieving dryness of the hands, only a dab needed per use.

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Rock Technologies Liquid Chalk in a 100ml or 250ml bottle. An innovative way of achieving dryness of the hands, only a dab needed per use.

Please Note: Couriers will not allow us to ship liquids out of the UK. Please do not order this item if your delivery address is outside the UK. Sorry!

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Freddy  High
Freddy High
Jan 19, 2013

Brilliant product! much cleaner than loose chalk, dries in seconds and lasts much longer than loose chalk. Great for bouldering! Would recomend to anyone.

Chris Ledden
Chris Ledden
Dec 05, 2010

Thought I would try out some liquid chalk for a change since I heard some good things about it. It is good, depending on the conditions. If the weather is hot, do not use this stuff. It will just make everything 50x greasier and do the opposite to what you want it to do. However, if its cold, use this as a kind of pre-coat on your hands, then continue using powdered chalk. It is also good if you have a fingerboard inside the house and you don't want to get powdered chalk everywhere. It washes off easily and you don't really need to apply that much, lasts for quite a bit. Dries almost instantly. However, I don't think I would buy it again. Powdered chalk on its own is much better in my opinion.

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