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Cue Maintenance

Cue Maintenance

I recently picked up a McDermott Navigator II at a pawn shop for $100, the shaft needed a little work which I had done professionally. However, the butt of the cue has some scuffs on it that I would like to buff out. I was wondering if there are any products of methods that any one could share that would help keep my new prize (and old favorites) looking beautiful under the pool table lights. I have done the basic washing it down with a damp rag which got it cleaner, but it still needs a little work to get the little bit of 'haze' out of the butt.


Cue Maintenance

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  1. folkquickshot on 7/31/2008 5:53:54 PM

    Go to your grocery store and buy "Mr. Cleans's Magic Eraser." It is like a spunge. Dampen it and wring it out , and then wipe down the butt. I also use it on the shaft. If it still has a haze, put some alcohol on rag and wipe it down with that.The alcohol is not like water, it evaporates rapidly, but is is a good natural cleaning agent. Then, if you want, you can put a nice coat of wax, or I've even heard of people using Pledge to make it shine. This is the BUTT we are talking about....not the shaft. Although, I've used Mr Clean on the shaft also with no problems. Do not use Pledge on the shaft.

    I'm sure you will get a few more opinions.

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Cue Maintenance

  • Title: Cue Maintenance
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  • Published: 7/31/2008 4:14:18 PM