Hard as it may be to believe, there is a right way and a wrong way to dry wet holds. In this video, EpicTV Shop climber Adam Ondra shows us not only one of the most effective methods for drying wet holds, but one that is also less damaging to the environment than many alternatives. Unlike methods that use toilet paper, which is both unsightly and can take days to biodegrade if left at the crag, Adam's approach requires only a sock (fanciness optional), some chalk and a chalk brush. Check out the video to find out how it works but don't forget, climbing on wet sandstone and other softer rock types is always a big no-no, even if you can dry the holds.
The Right Way To Dry Wet Holds With Adam Ondra | Q-Tip
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