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Fix lip buildup on your baseball field

Submitted by on March 7, 2010 – 5:26 pm

The Ultimate Baseball Field Renovation Guide is a site you must visit if you’ve got anything to do with baseball field upkeep or renovation.  Today they’re featuring an article on one of the most common problems that all fields face — dirt buildups or “lips” around the basepaths or outfield grass line.

Every time you practice or play a game, dirt buildups around the basepaths, around the bases, or at the outfield grass line.

Maybe you haven’t been able to prevent the lip by either raking or hosing. So, now you have a lip that is more like a speed bump.

Here’s a couple ways to fix lip buildup and get rid of it amazingly fast.

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