Easily clean your golf clubs with this tutorial from Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Dremel.
They say work is never done. You may not think of it, but there’s even work to do to maintain your leisure equipment–like your golf clubs. If the heads of your golf clubs are not properly maintained, they won’t last as lost…and neither will your good golf score. So if you’re questioning your golf swing, it not bot be you. It might just mean your clubs need a good cleaning. Follow these easy steps to clean your golf clubs and get back on the green.
How to Clean Golf Clubs:
Though curing that slice is still up to you, you’ll strike the ball much more effectively with clean club head surfaces. Using a brass brush and a polishing compound is the best way to maintain your clubs. You don’t have to worry about the ferrules getting ruined in hot, soapy water. Just use the following three steps from Dremel to clean your clubs.
1. Brass brushes are softer than steel, so you’ll be able to clean away dirt and oxidation without harming your club heads.
2. Use brass brushes at low speed. The #535 brush is especially effective for cleaning grooved areas. Use the recommended speed of 15,000 RPM.
3. Restore a like-new shine by following up with the #423 cloth polishing wheel and a polishing compound suited for your club heads.
That’s it! You’ll be ready to get back on the green with clean, polished clubs. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that sports are a great way to enjoy to your leisure time. That’s why we offer a wide selection of sporting goods. Visit the Blain’s Farm & Fleet blog for more tips on sporting goods and lawn games.