Let's face it: a chalk ball can be the athlete's equivalent to a baby's blanket - a soft, comfy, familiar fabric that brings a sense of calm and the reassurance that everything will be alright. And just like that precious blanky, a chalk ball eventually gets worn down and floppy. Thankfully though, in the case of a refillable chalk sock like Magic and Magic Pro, your chalk sphere can easily be brought back to life!
So what do you do when your trusty chalk sock starts running low? Well first, let's talk about some common methods floating around online that, in our opinion, you ought to avoid:
The "Toilet Paper Roll" Tragedy: Here's one you shouldn't try: stuffing your chalk sock with a toilet paper roll and using a tamp, like a screwdriver, to compress it. While it might seem like a clever hack, it's a surefire way to turn your chalk sock (and your hands) into a mess.
The "Scoop and Pour" Fiasco: At best, you’ll end up with a slightly less floppy sock instead of a full one. At worst, this is another method that will make a terrible mess.
Ready for the easy way?
Meet the Friction Labs® Chalk Disc: Say hello to an easy refill!
Step 1: Gather your supplies. You'll need your nearly empty chalk sock, and a tube of Friction Labs Chalk Discs.
Step 2: Pop 1-2 Discs into your chalk sock and close it back up.
Step 3: The fun part…crush those Discs!
Step 4: Send it!
There you have it, a quick and easy way to refill your chalk ball. Enjoy!
Hold Tight. Don’t Hold Back.