March 2019

4 Tips For Care Of Your Hands When Using The Revomaze

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Frequent Breaks

First of all, it is very important that you take 30 minutes breaks in between sessions of using your Revomaze. Over-using the Revomaze, even when you feel like you can’t stop, we recommend that you give your hands some rest before continuing. If you feel like your hands are becoming sore or red after use, you should stop immediately. We also recommend hand lotion which should do the trick of helping over-tired hands.

Use Training Aids

If you have purchased our training aids already, then count yourself already set up to use this tip! Some people prefer to use training aids whilst solving their Revomaze whilst others don’t. It’s okay if you don’t, but we recommend using a training aid to stop tingling in your hands. We have a range of colours that you can pick and choose from, we promise you won’t regret it!

Map it out

We get it! We really do, you are persistent, eager and loving the challenge of the Revomaze and you won’t allow your hands to stop. We all know this feeling to well when you want to open the thing! We recommend mapping it out on paper rather than using your hands. All you will need is graph paper, a ruler and a pen or pencil. Sometimes mapping can really help you, try it out and see what you think!

Place your Revomaze on a stand

This is my favorite one! People like to create their own stand or use the ones that we sell on our website, the 3D stand is very flexible in the way that you can use it. Place your Revomaze on it and using your fingers rather than your hands. The Revomaze is heavy alright and we know that fully gripping it can eventually give your fingers a dull pain. The stands look great and it’s even more fun using it!

We hope these 4 tips were useful to you! Everybody is different and has different ways of managing the way in which they use their Revomaze, if these tips helped you, we know that we have achieved something!

I hope you enjoyed reading! – Rachel 🙂

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