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    Default Cue ripping out whiskers

    Hi guys,

    since i started growing a beard i got problems to concentrate on my shots.

    The cue got very tiny "fissures" a long the wood grain which ripping out my whiskers.

    As it is my first and only cue im not sure if this "fissures" are

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    Sorry the IMG Tag didn't work.

    https://imgur.com/14LLArY

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    (sorry, cant see picture)

    the grain of ash cues (mostly) is known to do this for players who are nice and low on their shots -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    Your right. It is an ash cue.

    Im located at germany
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    you got a link to the cue doctor there a plenty of products out there

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    I meant a person not a product -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    Just rub it with some fine steel wool.

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    is it really a good idea to use steel wool at the shaft ?

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    Nothing much finer than oooo wool for a smooth finish used it on hundreds of cues over the years if not sure put a spot of oil on it before using it.

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    ill try this next week, thanks for the hint

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