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How to add a ball mark spot


How to add a ball mark spot

I recently bought a used table and had to set it up myself, unfortunately I didnt stretch the cloth exactly how it was, so the original ball mark spot was not aligned properly. I removed it and purchased some new spots but I assumed that the spot had a self adhesive , which it doesn't. How do they normally get attached to the cloth?

Thanks

How to add a ball mark spot

Replies & Comments

  1. guestbilliardsforum on 11/27/2006 6:56:48 PM

    what was the exact product you bought?

    Tefco Spots?

  2. guestguest on 11/29/2006 2:15:51 PM

    Yeah, I bought one of those tins of TEFCO double gummed spots.

  3. guestbilliardsforum on 11/29/2006 7:02:11 PM

    Hmmm, are you sure you got the "double gummed" Tefco Master Spots?

    Every advertisement I see for these says something like:

    "Tefco Master Spots These official, 1-1/4" regulation spots have a double gummed back. They are sold in a tin of 12."

    I contacted Ozone Billiards, and they say that the Tefco Master Spots are gummed but "You lick them and stick them."

    They should be affixable to the billiard table without adding any extra adhesive.

  4. guestguest on 11/30/2006 10:26:10 AM

    Tefco master spots - doubled gummed.

    I guess I can try to lick it and stick it. Just didn't seem like that would be the case, but I will try it, thanks.

  5. guestbilliardsforum on 11/30/2006 10:59:15 AM

    Yeah its pretty weird that with today's technology, they are still using the lick-and stick method. You'd think they would use some sort of newer innovation from 3M or something.

    Good luck with it!

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How to add a ball mark spot

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  • Published: 11/27/2006 4:53:05 PM