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    Default Dry rubber grip

    Hi I have left my cam in the dry box for too long and did not check on the humidity level and realised that my rubber grip is whitish and looks dry. How to make it black and look new again? Thanks!
    Canon EOS 40D, EF-S 17-85mm F4-5.6 IS USM, pending BG-E2N grip and Speedlite 580EX-II flash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeronleow
    Hi I have left my cam in the dry box for too long and did not check on the humidity level and realised that my rubber grip is whitish and looks dry. How to make it black and look new again? Thanks!
    Is it falling apart? You can go to the service center and replace the grip. You have to pay though.

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    Default Re: Dry rubber grip

    Hi. The corner is coming out slightly but still holding up pretty well. I was thinking of using those protectant like Armourall and stuff but heard that it will make the grip worst and it will get sticky. Any solution to make it looks better again? Thanks!
    Canon EOS 40D, EF-S 17-85mm F4-5.6 IS USM, pending BG-E2N grip and Speedlite 580EX-II flash

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