Jon L.'s Profile

Jon L.

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    • ( 4 of 4 people found this review helpful.)


      • Currently 2/5 Stars.
        July 16, 2011
    • bought three of these, one each for myself, my father, and a friend. All three have had serious issues. The tip pik spikes bent on all three within a couple weeks of use, the sandpaper fell out of mine and my friends, my fathers had the tip pik spikes come completely OUT of the tool, the scuffer disintegrated on my friends, and the tip tapper also fell out of my fathers. Not to mention the problem mentioned about it being tough to use due to its cylindrical shape. Certainly not a product worthy of the $20 price tag if nothing on it will last more than a couple of weeks. Loved the idea of this product, but the execution was shoddy at best. Will be trying a Cue Shark PUP for my next all-in-one tip tool, and I suggest you first time buyers do the same.


    • ( 4 of 4 people found this review helpful.)


      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        January 18, 2011
    • I purchased this product a few weeks ago on a whim to see how it stacked up and now swear by it. I have used everything from shaft slickers to sand paper and a q-wiz but these burnishing films are the best product I have ever used. I used this in combination with a good shaft cleaner and wax and now my 30 year old Meucci plays and feels like it's brand new. Easy as heck to clean (even when gummed up with an old layer of wax) and the multiple sizes come in handy too depending on how much work the shaft needs. I will never let another burnishing or smoothing product near my cues again.


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Location: North Carolina

Playing Cue: D&D Custom and a Meucci M-4 both with Predator Z shafts.
Break Cue: Lucasi Big Beulah 2
Jump Cue:
Cue Case: Sterling 3x5 Black and Blue Deluxe
Cue Accessory: Cue Shark PUP, Nicks Edge Burnishing Papers, Porper Chalk on a Stick, Q Claw 5 Cue Holder