Pow’r Tac spray-on tackifier (4 oz), the ultimate grip and glove tackifier for baseball, softball, and other sports where a great grip is vital. Simply spray Pow’r Tac onto bat handles, batting gloves, tennis racquet and racquetball handles, hockey sticks, etc. for a superior tackified grip. Pow’r Tac is non-tranferable so it stays on the sprayed surface–won’t migrate to hands or uniform. Contains NO pine tar, so there is no brown pine tar mess on your hands or uniform. Long lasting formula remains tacky for days. Fine tune the amount of tacky feel you want by spraying on successive thin coats. Pleasant vanilla scent. Spray, grip and rip!
From their website:
Pow’r Tac is not pine tar, nor does it contain pine tar. It’s a high-tech rubber based adhesive compound that you spray on your bat handle, and/or batting gloves. The secret to unlocking the magic of Pow’r Tac is to let the formula dry. Once dry (about 30 seconds) none of the formula will migrate off the sprayed surface. If you spray your bat handle, let Pow’r Tac dry, then grip, you will feel a tacky bat handle but when you remove your hands, none of the product will transfer to your hands. Pow’r Tac stays on your bat handle. This is the non-transferable property of Pow’r Tac.
By spraying successive light coats of Pow’r Tac on your bat handle you can “fine tune” the amount of stickiness to your swing. If you are a finesse hitter with the ability to push the ball to any field, or typically hit to the opposite field, you just need a little bit of Pow’r Tac. If you are a banger that likes to grip and rip, you can spray more product on your bat handle. The key is to use successive light coats until you get your grip-feel just right.
Pow’r Tac also has a pressure sensitive feature. It’s only sticky when gripped so if you lay your bat on grass or dirt, it won’t pick any of it up.
Other advantages that Pow’r Tac enjoys over pine tar is it’s application is invisible. It’s basically a very thin clear coating of rubber cement that takes a long time to lose it’s tackiness. Pow’r Tac gives you a good grip in hot, sweaty and rainy conditions. Pine tar gets very slippery in these conditions. Some infielders will even spray the pocket of their fielding glove with Pow’r Tac for more sure handing of batted balls. Pow’r Tac has a pleasant vanilla scent. You may remove Pow’r Tac with a cloth or towel wetted with isopropyl alcohol.