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02-08-2017, 09:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Bank it View Post
Well many have debated new masters blue vs pre Flag masters. I believe new masters blue doesn't have as much abrasive grit as its former counter part. Try a different chalk with a higher abrasive content. I often find those that have glazing problems with tips often use the "softer" chalks that have gained popularity in recent years. JMO/YMMV
appreciate your helpfull comments
and i dont want to side track the thread so i will say this and then you can pm me f you wish
i have always used masters chalk for the last 5 years
using g2 for almost 2 years
no glazing problem
  
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