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    Default Pro triangle chalk

    I'm thinking of buying the pro triangle chalk as dark green triangle chalk is hard to find.
    Has anybody used this or is there a better option for dark green?

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    Default Pro triangle chalk

    if you mean the triangle spruce chalk I have a few lumps left

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    nope still on spruce

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    Agree , far too messy .

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    It's messy and found I got far too many kicks with it.
    Stopped getting so much when I stopped using it.

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    It can be a bit messy but it grips great, I really like it.

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    Yh, I can only echo what others have said, it's messy and if you're not careful it can end up staining the shaft. Having said that it does cover the t

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    I have to say that I like it and find it no more messy than other chalks. Also don’t need as much chalking as well if your that way inclined as

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    I don't find it messy at all. It holds onto the tip really well and leaves absolutely no marks on the table. I have just extensively tested Triangle

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