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CanuckAaron

Anyone use WD-40 on their Scotty Cameron?

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I previously owned an oil can scotty which required a wipe down and an application of baby oil after every round to prevent rust. When I got the Newport 2 recently, I asked the sales rep whether I need to oil the studio select as well and he recommended spraying WD-40 into the headcover to help wick moisture away? Have any of you every heard of that or done it with your putters? Any other suggestions would also be greatly appreciated.

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it will still keep moisture away from the headcover

but some kind of leather grease of shoe spray will do the same, ideal is probably seal grease for leather care.

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Originally Posted by CanuckAaron

Makes sense, thanks.

WD-40 not needed on stainless but it is a good idea to wipe down your putter with a wet towel and dry it after use. Fertilizers and chemicals can eat up something...

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Makes sense. WD-40 was originally formulated for that. Hence the name Water Displaysment 40th formula. I believe it was NASA that came up with it to keep moisture out of certain places. [quote name="CanuckAaron" url="/t/64024/anyone-use-wd-40-on-their-scotty-cameron#post_796579"]     I previously owned an oil can scotty which required a wipe down and an application of baby oil after every round to prevent rust. When I got the Newport 2 recently, I asked the sales rep whether I need to oil the studio select as well and he recommended spraying WD-40 into the headcover to help wick moisture away? Have any of you every heard of that or done it with your putters? Any other suggestions would also be greatly appreciated.  [/quote]
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