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STARMIZER2000 SparkPoints: (87,516)
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1/18/14 6:33 P

Thanks

AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (66,733)
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1/17/14 8:11 P

Wipes, rubbing alcohol, windex and a soft towel...all of these approaches should be fine.

I'm pretty sure I was using an exercise ball at 300 pounds and it never popped. Unless there is a specific warning against it, I say go for it!

SCUBATELLY Posts: 419
1/17/14 6:25 P

I'd put it in the shower and hose it off, then spray it with something if the dust is sticking, and rinse again.

ZAKNEE SparkPoints: (12,180)
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1/17/14 3:51 P

Thanks for the help, I appreciate it. I know it was a silly question but I just wasn't sure.

PANFRIEDTROUT Posts: 3,750
1/17/14 9:04 A

I would do a dry dusting first, followed by a warm soap water bath (wipe down) and then a couple of clear water rinses to get the soap off. I don't see why you'd have to use any special wipe for germs or bacteria if it just sat in a hallway. That, plus soap itself is "antibacterial".

MLAN613 SparkPoints: (177,901)
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1/17/14 8:09 A

My gym uses wipes and I do, too, at home. The gym's balls are used quite regularly and wiped down with the industrial gym-strength wipes. And I have been using the gym for about 7 years. They haven't broken down or popped.

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (113,341)
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1/16/14 10:08 P

water and a paper towel.

ZAKNEE SparkPoints: (12,180)
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1/16/14 8:36 P

I bought one about two years ago, used for a couple of months and then stopped. It has been sitting in my front hall ever since collecting dust. I know weigh to much to use it but would like to when I get down to the suggested weight. My question is what would be safe to use to clean it off? It needs more then a dry dusting but I am afraid to use any chemicals for fear it will weaken the ball. Thanks for your help.

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