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Thread: White Spirit or Methylated Spirits To Clean Cue Shaft?

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    I believe that both are good to use to clean the cue shaft prior to refinishing, but which one is better and why?

    Any advice would be great.

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    best use "pure" 98% alcohol (Methylated Spirits), this will evaporate almost instantly, and will not harm your cue and is available at any farmacy

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    Good to know, thanks.

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    Yep Meths is the best option.
    Be careful thought if you have sanded the shaft as it will raise the grain ever so slightly.
    If you're just

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