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Dynamike
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Does any one sell mag**** inside of sponge balls for a combo cup routine, or will we have to make it ourselves?
Dale Houck
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I have some crocheted manipulation balls that have steel wool inside them and they can be used with a chop cup. I've had them so long I don't remember where I got them, but it's an approach you might think about if you decide to make your own.
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You would be better off making your own--the strength of the magnet in the sponge balls should be dependent on the strength of the magnet in your combo cup. Buy one that is too weak or too strong and it won't work. By experimenting with different sizes of magnets, you can find the best weight and strength for your cup. It is really easy to make these with spnge balls. You just make a slit with an artists razor cutter and push the magnet into place, and then glue the sponge back together.
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Thank you gentlemen.
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