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How To Care For Your Pool Cues
by: Jason Marco

Interested in learning about billiard cue care? A pool cue is your best friend when you get out there to the pool table. Without it, you have no partner! And that's why you should take good care of your pool cue -- so that your game is enhanced and can last a lifetime, too.

So what are some tips for billiard cue care? Well, you're going to need to have some quality accessories on your side if you want to properly maintain your pool cue. For example, a tip, a scuffer, and a cube are some of the products you should invest in.

But why should you care all that much? The fact of the matter is pool cues are not cheap! They cost a lot of money and are integral to helping you beat the competition. If you don't take good care of them, they're not going to last long, and they're not going to perform well. The price tag of a good pool game doesn't just stop at a pool table and set of pool cues for practice; you're going to have to get plenty of accompanying tools to go along with them.

With the right billiard cue care, you'll aim better, you'll win games, and your pool cues will be around for a long time. Not to mention, they will look shiny and new! Many pool cues are beautiful to look at for their intricate art work -- so wouldn't you want to protect that?

Keep in mind that different brands of pool cues will require different steps for billiard cue care. But there are some things you can assume.

Basically, you want a high-quality scuffer to help shape and scuff your cue. Along with this, you'll typically need a tip that's about the size of a dime or nickel to help your cue take to the chalk. (Make sure to replace the tip often!) Also, reduce pressure on your pool cue. Try to keep it up on the rack, instead of letting it lean against a wall, lay down on a surface, fall to the floor, or even get overused. All these common practices can damage your cue. This is why a protective case really comes in handy for billiard cue care.

Some more tips for billiard cue care: don't lend your pool cues out! Keep them in your sight at all times to ensure they are well cared for. But don't worry too much if your pool cue is damaged regardless of these tips; there are repair kits out there that will be of help to you, and you local billiard store may have a service department.

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Jason Marco runs a great billiard supply store with discount prices where you can learn more about billiard cue care.

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