What can you for tennis ball that has gone flat?
Probably could use as a kids swimming pool toy because it would still float.
I think I read that you can put the tennis ball in the dryer.... not sure, but you can give it a try.
I use flat tennis balls in my dryer when drying just a few items or when refreshing just a few, I put a sopping wet washrag in with the tennis balls and the items dry nicely and no wrinkles!
I don't think there is any way to reflate it. But they make great dog toys. I also use them in the dryer to fluff my down comforter while it is drying. I actually bought a can of used tennis balls at a thrift store for that purpose.
There is no valve on them so you cannot pump them up.
I know teachers use them to put on the feet of chairs to keep the noice/scratching down when chairs are moved.
Cut in half makes a great hand gripper. Cut slit and push over walker legs.
My club spends £600 a year on tennis balls. They are pressurized to 14psi when new but immediately start to deflate once out of the tin and within weeks are too soft to play proper tennis. This is a disgrace and the manufacturers and the LTA should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this to happen. You can buy "ball inflaters" which are essentially drums into which you place the balls and pump them up, air then diffusing slowly through the walls of the balls. Let me know if you find a cheap supplier, or better still lobby the LTA.
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