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    Default Cue Oil Question

    I was looking at cue oil online such as the mike wooldridge one.

    Are these cues oils to be used identically for maple cues as they are on ash cues?

    sorry if its a silly question but as maple is genera

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    Dont think maple gets oiled but am sure some one will post aswell -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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    Every wood needs maintenance some more often some less

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    Danish oil for maple cues.

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    You can use linseed or Danish oil on ash and maple.
    Danish oil is linseed oil with driers in it so it goes off in and 10-15 minutes, instead of

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    Anything wrong with using Lemon Oil?

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    To be honest, I've never used it and not sure of the finish you would get on a cue.
    Could give it a try on some wood and see how it feels..

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    True oil is fantastic for the butt. Not for the shaft though.

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    Yep if you want a shinier then shiny Butt then Tru-oil the want to go, like Les says keep it well
    away from the shaft

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