04-13-2002, 09:29 PM
I like to rub my linen wrap with scented dryer sheets...any other ideas?...
Well I have an idea, although it has not got rave reviews here. I use denatured alchol about every month. Its cleans all oil, and your wrap does have oil in it from your hands, no matter how clean your hands are. It takes out chalk also, because its part of the oil. It leaves it very clean and slick. Don't soak it, use it damp. It needs to be cleaned in the direction of the wrap, no matter what you use. It evaporates and you won't smell anything, but you could use the dryer sheets if you choose afterwards. It will not harm the finish or any glue under the wrap, I'm probably going to get heat one this one. I have 1 retired cue (20 years) and the one I've played with for 12 years and the linen is just fine. Not to be confused with laquer thinner or such chemicals, because that will eat into most glues and finishes.
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