Graph Tech to Introduce Dry and Glide at the 2017 NAMM Show

Dry and Glide is an engineered talc formula designed to keep musicians’ hands dry, neutralize the acids to stop corrosion and feel super smooth.
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Graph Tech Dry and Glide is an engineered talc formula designed to keep musicians’ hands dry, neutralize the acids that can cause corrosion, and make hands feel super smooth.

Talc, or baby powder, is messy to apply, feels a little gritty on the instrument, and does nothing to neutralize the acidic nature of your hands. Dry and Glide’s patent‐pending formula and unique roll‐on applicator makes it a must for any guitarist, drummer, or brass and woodwind player wanting an easy way to keep their hands dry and a smooth. Its PH-balancing formula protects instruments, strings, and cymbals from corrosion, all while creating an effortless feel when they play.

“This is really an amazing product, it’s so easy to roll on your hands without creating a mess, and once you start playing, you will love the way it feels,” adds Dave Dunwoodie, president of Graph Tech Guitar Labs.

Each Dry and Glide bottle retails for $8.95 and has hundreds of applications. It will be introduced for the first time at the 2017 NAMM Show. Be sure to stop by Graph Tech Guitar Labs to roll a little on – Hall B, booth 5964.

For more information visit GraphTech.com.

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