Help Please.


#1

Ok so my summit had a really smooth finish, then i left for a week, came back and it was “sticky” even after a few days of use it still feels sticky and wont grind for more than a second. I dont know how this happened, but is there any way i can fix it?


#2

You sure it’s not just more humid or something? Have you tried cleaning it with water or anything?

Sorry if this sounds unhelpful.


#3

No I don’t thinks it’s cause of humidity. I haven’t tried washing it or anything, but with clean dry hands it feels resistant. I’m thinking it might be my hands cause they feel like oily or something. That’s probably it.


#4

Ok I washed my hands with dish soap and it’s somewhat better now. Should I try washing it in water?


#5

Can’t that like ruin the throw? I wouldn’t do it if it’s not too annoying


#6

Idk but I’m just going to live with it.


#7

Cool, if I had to guess, I would say that it was left out in the sun, as in sun light came through a window, and it got it sticky or somethin


#8

Wipe it with a rag… You could try slightly dampening the rag too…


#9


#10

Sun light isn’t going to make anodized aluminum sticky. And water shouldn’t hurt it either just keep it off the bearing/response.


#11

Just wipe down the yoyo with a MicroFiber cloth.