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    Default Lacquer peeling

    Hi all, is it true that when the Lacquer on a cue starts to come off that there is very little that you can do to stop it ????. The reason i ask is that i have a small area on my cue where this has happened, and as the cue is only a few weeks old i don't want to do anything drastic, also how far up

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    Didn't you also have an issue with the ferrule? If its a new cue, send it back.

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    Dare we ask what the cue is?

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    It is an ADR147 1 piece cue, it's a lovely cue, just a couple of minor issues, like i said its is just a small bit of lacquer that has come away, like

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    took a couple of pictures to show what i mean. cue was purchased on 21/2/19.

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    it is not lacquer it will be sanding sealer - you could in theory go over it with fine sandpaper and oil it but for that mark I would not bother, cues

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    Thanks Andy, that puts my mind at ease, as this is my first decent cue i was not sure, only had lacquered cues before this, just did not fancy it lift

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    Yes you could do that or rub it with wax and buff but honestly if you start worrying about stuff like that you will be doing something to the cue ever

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