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    Default cue survival suggestion

    Hi

    My friend took my cue for couple of days, as i went for vacation and as i back:

    i see that he has used sandpaper and now i cannot play with the cue, dont know if i can save the cue or not.

    it hurts my v area of bridge hand, i used powder, however i can

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    nice friend you have......

    don't know where you are, but I think you would want a refinish.

    think it's best to contact a cue

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    It'll need polished before wax or anything will help. Ask your "friend" what grade sandpaper he used, then it needs to be sanded more with progressive

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    i found this
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYyK1W6LC48
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    not a single cue maker here where i live, however i think i need some sort of grain filler

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    A non-envasive thing you could try is to burnish the shaft with a piece of leather or suede. Might help the grain and rough sections lay down and ease

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