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    Is there any homemade product to clean the balls?
    ”Corium sana in iaculat sano”

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    I just use regular shower gel. You can also use shampoo while you're washing your hair, gives them a clean twice that way.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by tedisbill View Post
      I just use regular shower gel. You can also use shampoo while you're washing your hair, gives them a clean twice that way.
      Pissing myself laughing............ Old ones are the best ones!

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      • #4
        SIT I was hoping for another "when balls collide" tread

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tedisbill View Post
          I just use regular shower gel. You can also use shampoo while you're washing your hair, gives them a clean twice that way.
          Thank you very much for making my day! kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
          ”Corium sana in iaculat sano”

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          • #6
            Originally posted by matthias View Post
            SIT I was hoping for another "when balls collide" tread
            Within the next few days I will comment on cleaning the balls during the game, have a fabricating producing a unique chalk that fouls the white ball less
            ”Corium sana in iaculat sano”

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            • #7
              Funnily enough, warm soapy water works best ( just like your own) lol.

              You can use aramith cleaner now and again but not recomended regulary. Makes them squeaky clean which isn't good for contact.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cue crafty View Post
                Funnily enough, warm soapy water works best ( just like your own) lol.

                You can use aramith cleaner now and again but not recomended regulary. Makes them squeaky clean which isn't good for contact.
                I don't even bother with the soap.
                I just leave them soak in warm water for an hour and they're good as new.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Cue crafty View Post
                  Funnily enough, warm soapy water works best ( just like your own) lol.

                  You can use aramith cleaner now and again but not recomended regulary. Makes them squeaky clean which isn't good for contact.
                  I had a set of G1 ( not anymore ) , and i always used warm soapy water . works all the time , imo

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by travisbickle View Post
                    I don't even bother with the soap.
                    I just leave them soak in warm water for an hour and they're good as new.
                    Definitely never in a dishwasher tho eh! I read some older threads on here when I got a set of TC's and someone put theirs in a dishwasher and ruined them! Probably tried to sell them as special edition marble effect set on eBay! Lol
                    sigpicNo cheap shots...well maybe the odd one if its funny...

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                    • #11
                      Hi,
                      Is there any problem with leaving them in your car? It's just I find that easier, rather than having to carry them up the stairs to my flat.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Cue crafty View Post
                        Definitely never in a dishwasher tho eh! I read some older threads on here when I got a set of TC's and someone put theirs in a dishwasher and ruined them! Probably tried to sell them as special edition marble effect set on eBay! Lol
                        Lol. I know someone who used a speiciallized cleaning product on his set, and they all turned pink

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jamesg19851 View Post
                          Hi,
                          Is there any problem with leaving them in your car? It's just I find that easier, rather than having to carry them up the stairs to my flat.
                          Reading this old thread, looks like in the winter they may play better once back to room temp. Post #41 covers it I think.

                          Just noticed Geoff Large states in post #8,don't soak snooker so balls in water either. It's all on here....

                          http://www.thesnookerforum.co.uk/boa...perature+balls
                          Last edited by Cue crafty; 25th September 2017, 08:31 PM. Reason: Details
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Cue crafty View Post
                            Reading this old thread, looks like in the winter they may play better once back to room temp. Post #41 covers it I think.

                            Just noticed Geoff Large states in post #8,don't soak snooker so balls in water either. It's all on here....

                            http://www.thesnookerforum.co.uk/boa...perature+balls
                            I've never had a problem Crafty.
                            Had my set about 6 years now, and they are as good as new.
                            They get washed in warm water once a week.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jamesg19851 View Post
                              Hi,
                              Is there any problem with leaving them in your car? It's just I find that easier, rather than having to carry them up the stairs to my flat.
                              Originally posted by travisbickle View Post
                              I've never had a problem Crafty.
                              Had my set about 6 years now, and they are as good as new.
                              They get washed in warm water once a week.
                              You can't argue with that then, that's definitely a long term test.
                              sigpicNo cheap shots...well maybe the odd one if its funny...

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