Grip tape is designed to take a beating, but due to factors like humidity and misapplication, it may arrive in non-ideal condition. This guide will walk you through ways to flatten your grip tape.


CASE 1: Ridges

This is what a ridge looks like!



CASE 2: Bubbles

This is what a bubble looks like!



SOLUTION: Press it down

Most bubbles and ridges can be resolved by simply pressing down on the problem area!


Additionally, you can cut ridges off with a pair of scissors, and flatten bubbles by pricking them with a pin to release the air.


If your scooter has a rubber grip mat that is lifting off because of a lack of glue under it, then you can fix it by applying any standard silicone-based glue which can be obtained from a local hardware store or online market such as Amazon. 


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