HF-100 Advance Grip Tape Activator

HF-100 Advance Grip Tape Activator (Non-Toxic Solution)

HF-100 was first introduced in 1997 and was chemically engineered for the sole purpose of safely installing golf grips.  The solution was designed to activate the adhesives on the grip tape allowing the grip to be easily installed.  Before its introduction, highly flammable and toxic solvents, such as gasoline, naphtha and rubber cement were the norm.  These products not only emitted harmful fumes but were easily absorbed through the skin.
The gripping areas of most golf establishments were ticking time bombs of health issues and potential fire hazards.  HF-100 effectively solved all of these problems and was appropriately named “The Grip Solution”.
In fact HF stands for Hazard Free.  During its development over 100 attempts were created before the current formula was achieved.  HF-100 is not only safe but is also able to be shipped without any restrictions.
HF-100 is nonflammable, non-toxic, non-ozone depleting, low VOC blend of surfactants, emollients, isoparaffins, and water.  It is completely ODC free and proper use can reduce VOC emission by up to 70% and has a slower evaporation rate that minimizes ventilation requirements.
When used as directed, HF-100 is a very economical solution, and requires 60% less volume than standard solvents to adequately activate the tape.  It is also odorless and colorless and works with any double sided grip tape.
HF-100 can also be used to install grips on a variety of different products, from bike and motorcycle grips, ski poles etc.
View our HF-100 application video below to ensure proper use and setup times, guaranteed playable in 10-15 minutes, without the need for any oven drying.
The Safety Data Sheet for this product can be viewed by clicking here.

The Grip Solution HF-100 is:

  • Non-toxic
  • Non-flammable
  • Odorless
  • Effective with all standard grip tapes.
  • Reusable
  • Easy clean up
  • Economical – use half the normal amount to apply the grip.

HF-100 comes in:

  • 4 oz. bottles for grip kits
  • 8 oz. bottles for retail sale
  • quarts
  • gallons
  • 5 gallon pails

Tutorial Video: