This depends on how you’re planning to spread out. First of all, as long as your poles are high (about 18 to 20 feet), you should have plenty of room for dancing—and if you’re in a tiny space, it won’t be a problem. You do need to be aware that some of the smaller clubs may not allow people to do their routines on the ground level, so pay attention to your pole height.
Secondly, it’s wise to take care of your poles. That also depends on how you want to spread out. As long as you’re careful with your poles and know how to clean them, you should have no problem keeping your pole dancing equipment clean and dry.
Lastly, remember to keep it clean. The most common problem with the poles I see in clubs is that the poles have not been cleaned. As long as you wash your poles once a week, no problem, and do not use harsh chemicals, there is little concern of getting your poles dirty and that will help keep them looking great. Some clubs may allow pole dancing from 10 p.m. on Sunday to Saturday (you can’t do it on Sunday because it is not a sanctioned location), but again, this doesn’t mean that they don’t clean your poles once a week.
You do want to be sure you have a clean pole, and while you can find cleaning equipment in stores and online, I prefer using a cleaning cloth that comes with a pole cleaning product. For me, I prefer something called Clearskirt Pole Cleaner. I am sure it isn’t cheap, but it is very worth it. For me, this product has been the only way to keep my poles as dry as possible so I don’t get any of the nastiness that comes with hard wet cleaning cloths (no sweat, dry as a bone!). The product contains a high-end detergent that has been modified to prevent the dirt from sticking to the pole, therefore allowing pole dancing to continue as long as the cloth remains in effect.
For the cleaning cloth I also use the “Polish” one from Bonsai Spa and Clean. It comes with a cleaning cloth to prevent it from breaking while still keeping your pole dry. If you have a pole that is longer than the cleaning cloth you can always buy more than one cloth to do a couple of rounds of cleaning. (The Bonsai Spa and Clean Pole Cleaner costs $26 for 2 cloths.)
In my opinion,
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