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    Default Dents in Snooker Cloths

    We have a Hainsworth Match Cloth which has been playing great, I would certainly recommend it.

    Apparently, we have a guy who plays every night and when things aren't going well he bangs the balls back on the spots when his opponent is potting them, over time it has left a dent on a co

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    Sounds quite bad if blue is jumping but try rubbing a ball over spot area in various directions which might help.

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    Hainsworth Match cloth is thin cloth , if he has been banging the ball on the spot area WITHOUT spots then it will almost be worn through ?
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    also put up a notice to the effect that bad behavior - like throwing and banging balls on the cloth - damages the cloth and will cost the club money b

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    We've had spots in our club, for two years. The trouble with these is that they can never be thin enough.

    After a while you may have trou

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    The cloth will wear simply because a ball is placed on and struck from the same place all the time. We have this issue in our club where the match tab

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    if a table Cloth has to last 12 to 24 months then it should be fitted with spots on it .
    especially if it has thin match cloth on .



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