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  • Coutts Cue Oil Shelf Life

    Just wondering how long this particular oil lasts before it goes bad? I noticed the other day that the oil smells more potent now after about a year from when I bought it.

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    I have some MW cue oil that i've had for 10 years or so. I use it once a year on my cue and it seems fine. Does the oil deteriorate over a period of time or will it keep indefinitely?
    The bitter taste of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.

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    • #3
      Coutts cue oil will last years if kept airtight, make sure you shake bottle well before use though

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      • #4
        Originally posted by louise sheldon View Post
        Coutts cue oil will last years if kept airtight, make sure you shake bottle well before use though
        I can vouch for this.

        I have a bottle and use it every now and again dependent on the finish I am after and the bottles still going strong after a few years.

        Definitively give it a shake, very nice oil.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
          I can vouch for this.

          I have a bottle and use it every now and again dependent on the finish I am after and the bottles still going strong after a few years.

          Definitively give it a shake, very nice oil.
          How about the color , Marc . ?
          Does it change the color of the shaft ?

          I have always used MW Oil in recent years. It's very nice and consistent .
          But it does change the color abit .

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ramon View Post
            How about the color , Marc . ?
            Does it change the color of the shaft ?

            I have always used MW Oil in recent years. It's very nice and consistent .
            But it does change the color abit .
            Personally I would say its really similar tMike's. If I were to be pinned down I would say it's marginally more golden but I'm sure others may disagree as there's not much in it in my humble opinion.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Shockerz View Post
              Personally I would say its really similar tMike's. If I were to be pinned down I would say it's marginally more golden but I'm sure others may disagree as there's not much in it in my humble opinion.
              Cheers for info !!
              Aside of lemon oil , hav'nt seen a oil which does'nt change the
              Color , tbh .

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