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Cleveland wedge groove care?

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A week or two ago I purchased a Cleveland Golf CG16 wedge with the lazer milled grooves. Anyone have an tips for keeping these like new and not wearing down?

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Don't play with it and it will be as good as new !  It is a wedge and it is one of the most punished clubs in your bag so play it and when it wears out from use....get another one !

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Yes, yes, I know that but the only reason I ask is because on my wedge there was a sticker that read, "the life of the grooves can be extended by proper cleaning. To learn more, visit Clevelandgolf.com" I went to the site and couldn't find anything. That's why I'm asking.
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Just clean them after each round or practice session and enjoy them otherwise.  It's a tool that is used to beat the ground with to hit a ball so it is going to experience wear and tear and it can't be avoided.  I don't know what other special care a  Cleveland wedge needs though !

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You should be cleaning it after every single shot. Who wants dirt in their grooves affecting ball flight/spin.

In fact, clean each iron after every shot. To extend the life of your irons.

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I always carry one of those retractable wire brush gizmos in my pocket. I like to scrub my irons while I'm considering my shot. I usually just towel them after the shot unless they're totally caked, I figure the wire brush works better once the muck has dried a bit.
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Originally Posted by Motley01

You should be cleaning it after every single shot. Who wants dirt in their grooves affecting ball flight/spin.

In fact, clean each iron after every shot. To extend the life of your irons.

I concur!

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I figured that was a given to clean the dirt out of the grooves while playing.  I was just saying don't store your clubs dirty which will do way more damage to the club head !

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