When it comes to cleaning a lacrosse helmet, many people don’t know where to start. Most people think a little bit of soap and water is all it takes, but the fact is that cleaning a lacrosse helmet takes a little extra leg work. However, the work that goes into cleaning a helmet is more than worth it, as a clean helmet is something to behold on the field. By following these instructions, you’ll have a shiny, clean lacrosse helmet in no time at all.
Mix Cleaning Solution
Start by mixing up a cleaning solution, as this will be your most important asset in cleaning the helmet. While many people use dish soap, it is better to use a higher-powered chemical such as car-wash soap. Be sure you mix up enough soap to be able to submerge the outside of the helmet entirely. Generally, it is best to mix the soap solution in a bucket that will allow you to dip the helmet into the solution.
Dip the Helmet
Once your solution is mixed up, dip the outside of the helmet in and gently agitate without splashing any water inside the helmet. Slowly move the helmet around so as to flush the solution around it. You should see dirt beginning to come off into the solution. Keep the helmet moving for 60 seconds.
Buff the Exterior
Take a clean towel and dip it into the soapy water. Buff out any stains or scuffs from the helmet so that it is completely clean and so that nothing is clinging to the helmet whatsoever.
While this step is optional, it’s not a bad idea to sanitize your lacrosse helmet every once in a while. Mix up a common sanitizer solution in a separate bucket and dip the outside of the helmet into it for 60 seconds. Once the sanitizing is complete, wipe the helmet dry with a clean towel.
There’s no reason why anyone should have to play with a dirty lacrosse helmet. By taking the necessary time to clean your helmet, you can ensure that you look your best every time you’re on the field.
To learn more about lacrosse helmets and other lacrosse equipment visit Lax World’s website LaxWorld.com.
Baseball softball dugout bat helmet organizer may be a barrel sized word for your son or daughter who likes to play baseball or softball. Ball fields with benches and fences have created a complexity as the dugout organizers are either easily damaged or they only have a capacity to hold only one equipment. Maximum unorganized dugout systems result in the wear and tear of costly equipment. Also it takes a lot of time for the players to find and put their equipment in a proper way. Opening your bag in the ground and realizing that you have forgotten one of your equipment creates a very worst feeling.
Modern technology has so far designed baseball softball bats which not only remain protected but are also easily portable. In case of a missing organized dugout system, the coach of the team must be very supportive in teaching the students to organize a dugout system. This creates an internal respect in mind of the players not only for their but also for other players equipment. Not only players help each other in the field, also the whole team gets organized and equipment’s are treated better.
Nowadays a huge variety of dugout organizers is available in the market. But the primary thing to be kept in your mind is the actual need of arrangement required. In other words we can say that it must be strong enough to hold all the equipment i.e. large too small. An ideal dugout system must have following features:
(a) It must be able enough to carry at least one bat including helmets, face guards and other gear.
(b) Should be easily to hang on the fence.
(c) Portability is must, in order to take it from one place to another.
(d) Also keep in mind that it should be made up of a good plastic, to avoid damage from small wear and tear.
An organized dugout system has resulted in minimizing the risk of injuries as players get protected by being hurt from any equipment lying in the ground. Although it is a very challenging task to teach teenagers how to take care of their equipment’s. So not only a baseball team must have an organized dugout system but also the coach of the team must teach them to do so. Before buying such system firstly you must discuss it with your coach to know about the players, age and the trend. Keeping the dugout system organized always results in smoothly running and working of the team. You will definitely find it hard to forget anything at home.
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