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How to Care for Your Wooden Baseball Bat

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1. Wipe your wood baseball bat with alcohol – Alcohol will get rid of any dirt or other build up that makes its way onto your bat during game-play. A clean bat ensures a great grip for hitting.

2. Keep the bat in a cool, dry place – Keep your wooden bat away from damp areas, and extreme temperatures. Try not to let your bat come in contact with wet surfaces. If the bat does get wet make sure you carry a soft cloth with you to dry it off immediately, and rub it down with linseed oil.

3. Keep your baseball bat dent-free – After hitting baseballs the wood of your bat will become dented. Use a piece of bone, or another wooden practice bat to rub out any misshapen sides. This makes sure you get a spot-on hit every time.

4. Store your bat handle-side up – Keep it at an upright position at all times, making sure that it's not going to get kicked or knocked over. Also ensure that it's in a cool place and away from humid or extreme temperatures.

These few steps will make sure that you keep your maple or ash wooden bat in the best condition for use. Follow this regimen after each game or practice to ensure the best hitting bat for the next game. When it's time to find a new wood baseball bat, you'll want one of great-quality. Carolina Clubs manufactures the finest quality maple bats and  ash wood baseball bats for all sizes. Check out all of their hit-producing wood bats online now.

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