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How to Fix Discoloration and Spots on a Cue Shaft


How to Fix Discoloration and Spots on a Cue Shaft

I have a 17 year old maple snooker cue. It’s color has turned pale (like egg yolk), but there are lighter spots (light yellow) or shades on shaft which is annoying during cueing.

How can I remove these shades and return the snooker cue shaft to having one consistent color without shades or color variations?

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How to Fix Discoloration and Spots on a Cue Shaft

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How to Fix Discoloration and Spots on a Cue Shaft

  • Title: How to Fix Discoloration and Spots on a Cue Shaft
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  • Published: 11/23/2017 6:19:36 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/25/2017 5:36:25 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)