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Thread: Should you use 0000 grit steel wool to clean your cue?

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    I haven't had to clean the shaft of my cue since I started wearing a cue glove all the time. Obviously the shaft is never in contact with my skin so d

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    I'd be careful with the 0000 grade wool, I didn't concentrate on my MW cue and completely scuffed the wood just below the ferrule, it was heartbreakin

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