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11-14-2019, 12:13 AM

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I know this an old thread, I didn't want to start a new thread for my question.

String Linen Wrap
is it - Pressed, Waxed, Polished, or Waxed, Pressed, Polished ?
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Whatever the method is, I have a cue that I want wrapped like that.

Who is the best to do it?

Anybody on here do it?
  
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12-06-2019, 02:12 PM

I still don't know which comes first?
Wax or Press

and about the Cortline String - it's like holding a million dollars in your hands


  
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12-07-2019, 01:21 AM

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I still don't know which comes first?
Wax or Press

and about the Cortline String - it's like holding a million dollars in your hands

Jmo
I have never used wax. I have heard that some who want the linen to have a little more grip have used wax paper on it. Not my choice.


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12-09-2019, 11:21 AM

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I have never used wax. I have heard that some who want the linen to have a little more grip have used wax paper on it. Not my choice.
NO WAX, NO POLISH , NO BUFFING....
Linen wrap is pressed and you can press how smooth you want it.
"I use SCOTCH GUARD SPRAY Over the wrap,
once its pressed-
Helps keep it clean and water resistant


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