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    there is only one important thing about any cue, for me it is no varnish or laquer is to be on the shaft playing area, i use a 800 grit before every u

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    Cleaned with a bit of Whisk(e)y? lol

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    Good Day, I have no varnish or laquer on my shaft. I know that it is not protected but that is what I like to play with, I have never had a cue warp o

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    Vmax, I agree that there is a chance that if the cue is exposed to humidity or sunlight or high heat the wood could warp, but just normal conditions d

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