How Can I Spin Faster? (Cleaning)

STEP 1: Remove the finger caps and submerge the spinner in Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol (>90% works best, found in the medicine isle). Wash the centre bearing thoroughly. While other solvents may be fine for cleaning the bearing, they may also damage the plastic frame. Warm water and detergent can also work, but be sure to wash all the soap off.
STEP 2: After cleaning ensure the bearings are fully dried out. You can use a hairdryer, compressed air, or leave open in the sun. Any moisture left behind can cause rust.
TIP: Low spin times out of the box can be a result of too much lubricating oil, and require cleaning.


How Can I Spin Quieter? (Lubricating)

STEP 1: After you have cleaned and dried your spinner apply one drop of sewing machine oil (found in the sewing machine aisle) or valve oil (found in a music store) to one of the balls and spin the bearing to spread it around. Do not use WD40, engine oil, cooking oil, or any other thick oils.
TIP: Oil will slow the speed and reduce the max spin time, but will also reduce the noise and protect the bearing from rust.

How Can I Spin Longer? (Care)

PREVENT DIRT: To prevent dirt and grit getting in the bearing store it in the tin provided or another clean pouch. Dirt will reduce the spin, increase the noise, and require cleaning.
PREVENT RUST: Make sure your spinner stays dry. If it gets wet, dry it quickly, including after cleaning. Cleaning in Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol can help remove some of the rust. Lubricating (see above) can help prevent rust.
PREVENT DAMAGE: While Kozodo Co spinners are designed with durability in mind, they are not indestructible. Prolong the life of your spinner by avoiding throwing or dropping on to hard surfaces. While you're still perfecting your tricks, practice over a softer surface.

What if I'm Not Satisfied?

If you are not 100% satisfied, or the product is simply not what you expected, contact us within 30 days to return your fidget spinner and we will refund you 100% of your purchase price, no questions asked.