QUICK CLEAN TABLE CLEANER

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anyone have experience with this product?
 

bignick31985

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Yes, I have been using it on my GC with 860HR for about a year. Clean it every Friday. Still have two full cans before I have to re-order.

I'll be honest, I was told it has silicone in it and I've done zero research to find out. "They" told me it'd stain and leave marks. However, I vacuum the table, use an X-1 cleaner and then spray down a fine mist and wipe it down. To eliminate any chalk dust spots that would cling to the spray I suppose.

I have never put it on as heavy as the YouTube video shows.

Towards the bottom of the can you get some spurts while spraying that leave nickel sized spots, but they have always dried up.

The two guys that delivered my buddies Diamond basically said they wouldn't spray it on their table if you paid them. They mentioned it makes the cloth "starchy". But I had already used it for months so what the hell. I'll only know when I recover the table.

I'll continue to use it unless I have negative results honestly.
 

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Yes, I have been using it on my GC with 860HR for about a year. Clean it every Friday. Still have two full cans before I have to re-order.

I'll be honest, I was told it has silicone in it and I've done zero research to find out. "They" told me it'd stain and leave marks. However, I vacuum the table, use an X-1 cleaner and then spray down a fine mist and wipe it down. To eliminate any chalk dust spots that would cling to the spray I suppose.

I have never put it on as heavy as the YouTube video shows.

Towards the bottom of the can you get some spurts while spraying that leave nickel sized spots, but they have always dried up.

The two guys that delivered my buddies Diamond basically said they wouldn't spray it on their table if you paid them. They mentioned it makes the cloth "starchy". But I had already used it for months so what the hell. I'll only know when I recover the table.

I'll continue to use it unless I have negative results honestly.
Thanks very much for your reply …..👍
 

JusticeNJ

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I’ve used it on 860HR with no negative issues that I’m aware of. I’m using a different cleaner now. I also use a lint roller which to be honest seems to get the best results out of anything alone (vacuum, cleaner, brush, etc). The amount of crud the lint roller picks up can be surprising.
 
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poolsparky

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I use it all of the time and have for years on many tables. Opinions are like a..holes we all have them. The bars and Pool rooms most likely use something less expensive. All is good as long as it works.
 
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GoldCrown

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Old thread but… used it twice and left marks/spots on cloth. Had to work hard with damp clothes to get spot like marks out.
 
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WilliamK

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I wouldn't use it.

Brush, nap and iron only. In fact the less ironing the better if you want the cloth to last.

At one local club, the tables are serviced weekly. The guy washes the cloth, which is unheard of in my 50 years around tables.

I am talking about full sized snooker tables and recovering can cost $1500-2000 so no-one wants to mess with them. My own table is as good as new after 6 years (played 2-3 hours every day) and it has been ironed 3 times.
 
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GentlemanJames

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Used it on our league bar boxes for years, works like a champ; just don't over-apply - light mist, don't soak the cloth - and, get the shammy on a stick thing that goes with it, and you'll be fine. If you glob it on, you'll get dark wet spots on the cloth, but don't worry, be patient, and they will dry up on their own and vanish. - GJ
 
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Zerksies

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I use to work in a pool hall. I would vacuum the tables daily and wipe the rails with a wet rag.
 
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