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    Default Cleaning Snooker Balls

    Hi all just asking for some advice on cleaning my set of TC balls. I use the Aramith restorer and ball cleaner but still have little marks on where contact with another ball, am I been to quick taking off the restorer?? any body got any tips
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    There's a few threads on this. If you use the search facility you'll get lots of info. Favourite method seems to be good old soapy water and a bit of

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    I'm about to make one of the DIY electric versions with a car polisher and bucket. Seems to take ages cleaning them properly by hand so this should sa

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    Many thanks to you both, just bought some 1G balls really want to look after them,once again many thanks

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    also don't lend them to anyone, and I mean anyone!!
    you may just end up with a club cue ball when you get your set back!

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    Up the TSF!

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    If you weighed them before you started this you will find out that they are being shrunk due to the excessive friction caused by the attachment. Best

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    Brasso is the best solution, gets rid of all marks and they shine beautifully. Also gets rid of kicks. -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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