The Worlds Leading Designers of High Quality Handmade Footbags & Juggling Balls
After 38 years, Flying Clipper is announcing a reduction in juggle ball production. As we sell through current inventories, we will decide on what stays and what does not. We thank everyone for their support of our craft. It is a pleasure being part of the juggling community. Connecting to many folks around the world has been a gift given to us by this wonderful fellowship. *All balls at closeout price points are subject to grading for matched sets.
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Washing your TossaballŪ juggle balls is a good idea. Initial washings, even when brand new is recommended, especially for the firm models and rubber filled models. Initial washing before play will smooth out the rough edges of a newly manufactured juggle ball. Tossaball juggle balls should always be washed when dirty to avoid any grit build up on the fabric surface, especially with lighter colors. Machine wash in cold water on normal setting, always washing white balls separate. Dry overnight on a window sill. Hand washing or machine drying rubber filled juggle balls is not advised. Wash separate from cloths.
Sometimes sand filled footbags develop "leakage" problems.This can occur for several reasons;
When leakage occurs in the middle of the seem, it usually indicates a missed stitch. The stitches on a Dirtbag are very close together and sometimes one might be missed. If this happens to your Dirtbag, e-mail us and we can discuss a possible replacement.
Breakage of thread can occur. If this happens to your Dirtbag and its not more than 6 months old, e-mail us for a possible replacement.
Leakage can occur in the corners of a well "broken in" Dirtbag.This occurs because when the Dirtbag is kicked all of the stress radiates to the corners. If this happens you can use rubber cement and a toothpick to seal the corners. Remember, a little dab will do, do not flood coat the corners and never use super glue, rubber cement only.
What we call a "blow-out" can occasionally occur when the middle of the cover material (not in the seams) frays and comes apart. This happens once or twice in a blue moon, but when its your dirtbag, it just ain't right. If this happens to you within the first 6 months, e-mail us for a possible replacement.