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    Default Refinishing shaft - get it smooth

    Hi all,

    I'm planning on refinishing an ash snooker cue.
    Reason is because you can really feel the grain and I want it silky smooth, more like a maple shaft.

    I looked around on the internet, but couldn't really find a good answer how to do it and with what product

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    I'll try first on some housecue... the good one one is a Parris

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    What brand /type of sanding sealer would be best? And how to use it on a cue?

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    I'm lucky as i have a supplier near me that I've been going to for year's...

    Make sure it's meths based and not cellulose.
    Also get

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    That will do it nicely, also some 320 sand paper 400 and 600.
    Can go finer of you want

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