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02-12-2018, 08:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Merleti View Post
What is the proper way to treat an old cue when you receive it? I just purchased an older 1967/68 cue and oiled the wood down when I received it. I pulled it out a couple of days later and notice a couple of cracks in the wood I did not see before. They may have been there before since I was so excited to see get. However I'm wondering if I made a mistake oiling it right away since it came from Ohio and I live in Florida a humid state. Your thoughts? Thank you for your input in advance.
What kind of cue is it...does it have a regular clear finish or was it an oil finish cue already?


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