Foreign oh hi there Ed here with Davis pickleball today I want to show you the best way how to dry your pickleball courts using a squeegee roller come on with me all right let's get started here so the key to using a squeegee roller is to.

Actually start in the center of the cord and roll in a circle it doesn't seem like it makes a lot of sense but I promise you it definitely works you'll only need to apply a medium amount of pressure here and there's no need to push down too hard because all we're looking to do here is simply push the water along.

By going in a circle and slowly expanding outwards we're efficiently pushing the water away from the center of the Court one little tip is to make sure that the center of your roller is following the puddle of water that you're pushing along so that none of the water creeps back into the center of the cork.

And once you're nearing the outskirts of the cords you can start by finding an exit to push all that water off don't worry if you happen to miss a spot or two or if it doesn't look perfect the important thing here is that you're removing the top layer of water and getting rid of all the large puddles and within half an hour to an hour.

Evaporation will do its job and you'll notice that the court will start drying off fairly quickly if you're looking to play immediately definitely having some dry towels on hand will help speed up the process well I hope you found this video useful I'll put a link in the description below where you can get your own squeegee.

Rollers and stop letting those rainy days ruin your pickleball make sure you give this video a like And subscribe and I'll see you all out there thank you thank you.

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