Frequently Asked Questions

What makes Hand Armor Liquid Chalk so special?

Hand Armor Liquid Chalk is a patent-pending liquid sports chalk, that's hand purifying, isn't messy, lasts longer, and gives you a better grip than regular chalk.

How is Hand Armor Liquid Chalk different from other liquid chalk's out there?

While our patent is pending, there are several other companies that have started making liquid chalk. When choosing the liquid chalk you want to use, be sure that the product is safe to use, and comes from a trustworthy company.

What makes Hand Armor Block Chalk so special?

Hand Armor Block Chalk has the highest-density Magnesium Carbonate available by import into the United States. 

How does Hand Armor Liquid Chalk work?

It's easy to apply Hand Armor Liquid Chalk. 

  1.  Shake the bottle.
  2.  Apply a small amount (about the size of a nickel). Spread evenly-Don't rub in.
  3. Wave your hands dry-Usually takes about 20 seconds.

Will Hand Armor Liquid Chalk stain clothing?

Absolutely not. In fact, Hand Armor Liquid Chalk rinses off easily with just water.

Do you ship internationally?

Yes,  and we also have retail partners worldwide. Feel free to submit a request for information here. 

Do you offer wholesale pricing?

Yes,  for more information please email us at: sales@handarmorchalk.com

Do you sponsor athletes?

Yes, if you think you have what it takes to be a part of Team Hand Armor, fill out the application here.

Please note: We ask that only those that actively use our products apply for sponsorship.

Can you use Hand Armor products during competitions?

Yes. We use real chalk in our products. Our products contain no rosins or any other banned ingredients like other liquid chalks.

Does Hand Armor Chalk sponsor events?

Yes, we do.  We sponsor quite a few events throughout the year. If you're interested in an event sponsorship, please submit the application here.

Is Hand Armor on any social media?

 

Is there a guarantee?

 

Do you offer discounts for veterans,  police, or first responders?