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I was wondering if water destroys the callouses on the fretting hand? Does anyone know the dermitology behind this? For example, when my fingers are dried out they are optimal for playing. But when they become wet and even after their dried, I find the strings dig into my skin. Therefore I was wondering if water deteriorates the callouses on the fretting hand. If so, then i'll use hand sanitizer instead and take showers with a rubber glove. Thanks!
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mine get soft temporarily, but if i play while they are soft either i)it chews tehm up and they come back harder or ii)they just get harder

i dunno why it annoys me playing with them soft but it tends to make them harder so maybe its a plus for me
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If so, then i'll use hand sanitizer instead and take showers with a rubber glove. Thanks!

Then you'll sweat inside the glove: wouldn't that be just the same really?

Same happens to me when I've had my hands wet, suppose all you can do is wait for them to harden back up again
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