Got this shooting pad for christmas and..

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  1. DA 17

    DA 17 Registered User

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    I love it so far, does anybody have one? Any tips on maintenance , and any drills to do. So far I have it set up down stairs in my basement just stick-handling and passing (I planned to go outside but the ice age in New Jersey is preventing me from doing that for now while I'm on break). I also received a green biscuit and a water bottle from the site my mom said it was a special, the green biscuit works great on it. Any help is appreciated.

    http://www.hockeyshot.com/HockeyShot_Extreme_Passing_Kit_p/passing-aid-009.htm
     
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    A little furniture polish can slick it up if it gets heavily scuffed, but they're pretty resilient. I was told to try silicone lubricant spray so I got some and stuck it in my dryland bag, it practically ruined my gloves due to the smell!

    For drills, a pass off the bungee for a one timer is pretty basic to work on hand eye.
     
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    Thanks for the tip man, i was going to try turtle wax, but i'll see how both go.
     
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    Yeah mine wasn't sliding as much as I would like I'll have to try this. I use mine outside to shoot but will be taking it to school with me to practice stick handling.
     

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