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  • #31
    As I previously said. I don't use spots. They are in no way an effective practise. Regular brushing is though. By that i mean after every session. Maybe I didn't put much emphasis on this but now I have. Also, each and every time you replace a spot, the adhesive would rip out the fibres it attached to. So check the underside of the spot when you replace it. The wear from track lines leading into the pockets develop far sooner than any spot areas anyway so that's why I brush so frequently. Not so much about the spot areas.
    Cheap and Cheerful! 😄

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    • #32
      You must have the none wearing no.10 cloth and magic healing brush I guess

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      • #33
        The cheap small spots from Amazon do not take fibres of the cloth ,takes a few seconds to replace them .Good brushing and blocking will always help keep the table in good condition and minimise wear ,but putting a ball down with out spots wears it out fast

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Danger Steve View Post
          You must have the none wearing no.10 cloth and magic healing brush I guess
          That's what I'm told.
          Cheap and Cheerful! 😄

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          • #35
            Originally posted by mikee View Post
            The cheap small spots from Amazon do not take fibres of the cloth ,takes a few seconds to replace them .Good brushing and blocking will always help keep the table in good condition and minimise wear ,but putting a ball down with out spots wears it out fast
            Not having spots will do far more damage, far quicker than having spots, from my limited experience of missing blacks off them.
            This is how you play darts ,MVG two nines in the same match!
            https://youtu.be/yqTGtwOpHu8

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