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    Default How to take care my maple cue?

    Hi just bought a maple cue. Have no idear how to keep it in good condition. Oil as well?

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    Day to day care for a maple cue is no different than an ash cue.
    If the cue is new or in very good condition, then only a very slight damp cloth

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    I play with a maple cue. One thing that winds me up is that after I use the rest, I have to wipe the cue down because it leaves marks on my cue
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    Clean the rest head then -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    Magic eraser – cleaning the cue thoroughly
    Water based sanding sealer – sealing porous wood surface
    Carnauba wax – fin

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    I have cleaned my rest heads with everything you could possibly imagine.

    It's everywhere I play unless the rests are plastic which means

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    The brass rest heads are cheap enough these days , rather spend a little bit of dough than marking the cue .

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