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    I have noticed that the Aurora site has very high resolution images and probably video as well, so does take a while to load and refresh sometimes.

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    I have just bought a tin of Liberon Black Special Effects Wax (patinating wax).

    Rub the shaft down with very fine sandpaper and clean w

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    The aurora grain filler works wonder. Easy to use also.

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    An alternative is to ;

    Burn a few pieces of A4 paper in a tin
    Then let it cool down. And break it into small ashes



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    wire brush the shaft to open the grain. I just spray paint the shafts with black spray paint. 0000 wire to finish the shaft removing the excess pain

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    I don’t know if you could get it but ebony dust darkens the grain.

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    also falls off easier too

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    yes very serious. You do have to finish the shaft with varying degrees of sandpaper thereafter or wire wool but I have done all my cues that way and

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    damp cloth, open the grain then newspaper, rub the print into the cue then beer mat or brown envelope paper

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