Baseball Glove Breaker Inner

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Introduction: Baseball Glove Breaker Inner

If your glove is hard, and needs breaking in, this is the perfect tool for the job. Some people say it is good to microwave it, or run it over with a car, none of these methods are good. The best way is to play catch and gradually break it into your comfort, but playing catch in the winter isn't the easiest to do. This method is simulate play catch.

Step 1: Step 1: Gather Materials

You will need a ball, handle, drill, and a flat drill and that's about it. You can also get a grip for the handle, but that's your choice. Your drill bit will have to match the size if your handle.

Step 2: Step 2: Drill Time

Drill a hole with a flat drill bit to the size of your handle in the center of the ball. The hole should go about halfway done or more, so make sure to leave room for the handle.

Step 3: Step 3: Put in the Handle

Take your handle (cut to your length) and put in the hole in the ball, if your measurements are right, then the ball should go in perfectly, and be nice and tight. You may even have to hammer it in, as I had to. If not just use a little hot glue.

Step 4: Step 4: Make the Grip

To make the grip you, can do as you would like, because everyone likes a different grip. If you want to do what i did, u will need to wrap your hand tightly with a piece of cloth, and then slightly hot glue it down.

Step 5: Step 5: the Finish

After this, then you will take paracord and wrap it around the handle and cloth, very tight and there should be no spaces. If it is not secured You may want to hot glue, or melt it down.

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    this is a really good idea dood!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Huh! I never thought about doing it that way but that's a good idea :)