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|Use:||To seal pores in the shaft|
I bought this product because I bought the cleaner and the wax was recommended. I did not find that the finish after the wax was applied was anything special. I am also skeptical of how good this product is for wood. It smells like lighter fluid and upon testing burns that way also. I think this stuff might be going in my hiking pack for fire making, but I am not going to use it on my cue shafts again.
( 1 of 1 people found this review helpful.)
Love the wax, makes a nice smooth cue shaft. easy to apply and shine on the cue, lasts a while and doesn't come off easy. Now I posted this lil secret somewhere else but I figured I would put it with the was as well, its a lil old school but it works.and I do it with this was and its perfect.
With a waxed cue if your cue ever gets slightly grippy on you, open up your wallet, grab the most crisp bill, fold it in half long ways twice, then run it up and down ur cue nice and quick, the dollar had wax on it as well which adds slightly to the wax on the cue if urs is running low, and if you have to much pulls off of it, also it creats friction and smooths out ur cue leaving it silcky smooth. So yeah lose the glove get a dollar bill you will thank me
( 4 of 4 people found this review helpful.)
Rank: World Beater
I didn't have high hopes for this product, but thought I might give it a try. I do strip and reseal my shafts fairly often to keep them clean and playing smoothly so this seemed to be a good experiment. I don't even have to wear a glove anymore with this wax, it keeps everything slick and there's no buildup to deal with. As was mentioned before, but bears repeating:
- Clean the shaft as usual (for me a Magic Eraser, then a Q-Wiz (both sides))
- Apply the wax with a soft cloth and let it haze
- Wait a few minutes and buff it off
- Run all night
( 2 of 2 people found this review helpful.)
Great way to slick and protect your shaft
I do not use a glove. I used to sand with those micro papers to keep a shaft slick. I still use the papers, but only about 1/3 as often.
You only need a small amount of this. I put it on with a paper towel, let it dry for a few seconds, and buff it off. I play 5 days a week, and will wax a shaft maybe once or twice a month. Every 3rd time, I will use micro sanding papers first, and then wax.
This not only keeps the shaft slick, but protects the wood too. Always have a can in my cue case.
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