Lacrosse’s heads are made from a variety of materials. The most common is dry, high-impact plastic that is durable and lightweight. Lacrosse heads will absorb impacts before cracking or breaking if they’re properly cared for.
The cracks on a lacrosse head can be caused by different things. A crack can be due to something as simple as drying out or cracks can be because the lacrosse head is made of plastic and over time, it will eventually crack.
Fixing Cracked Lacrosse Heads
There are some steps you can take to fix a lacrosse head before it’s too late. If you find that your lacrosse head has just a small crack, then you can simply give it a few drops of hot glue and then let it dry for about an hour.
Using non-scratching scrubbers
To fix a cracked lacrosse head, the ball needs to be removed from the head and then soak in warm water for 10 minutes. Next, take the head to the sink and use non-scratching scrubbers to remove any dirt or debris from the outer surface of the head. Finally, rinse off any soap residue with water and a towel. Dry your lacrosse stick before returning it to play!
Fix using Hairdryer
You need to get the hairdryer and set it on high heat for 10 seconds. Then you need to place it on one side of the ball and wait for at least 30 seconds before you do the other side.
Use of Silicone Glue or rubber cement
You can mix some glue or cement with water and mix them until they are pasty inconsistency. For every two tablespoons of water, add one tablespoon of glue or cement and stir well until they are combined evenly.
If your lacrosse head has more than one area with cracks, then you should think about replacing the entire because this is not normal and there could be problems with your stick.