Pool & Snooker Cues: BCE Junior 48″ Short 3 Piece Snooker Cue and Case
BCE Junior 48″ Short 3 Piece Snooker Cue and Case, three piece short cue made by BCE. This is a quality short cue that is great for tables that have limited space around them. It is also a handy cue to take on your travels as it can easily fit into a suitcase, measuring just 45cm when in its supplied case.
- 48 inch short Snooker / Pool Cue (each section measures approx 42cm.
- Grade ‘A’ American ash shaft.
- Ebonised 4 point butt with simulated exotic splice with red veneer.
- Soft black sleeve case.
- Grade ‘A’ American ash shaft.
- Brass joints and 9mm brass ferrule.
- Weight 14-15oz. (Averaged).
Warranty: 6 months
About the Manufacturer BCE Riley
BCE and Riley offer players a broad range of quality snooker cues and products. BCE and Riley have an impeccable reputation of being one of the biggest names in the Snooker game. Today many of the sport’s leading professional players endorse the brands because of the quality and high standards that BCE/Riley produce. Choose from a comprehensive selection of BCE/Riley cues and enjoy your level of play
Caring for Your Pool or Snooker Cue
Cues cost money and whatever amount of money you have spent on your new pool or snooker cue it is important to keep it in top shape so it will give you great performance for a long time? Here is a helpful short guide for you:
Cleaning Your Cue:
It is important to often keep your cue free 0f grime and dirt. To do this use a slightly damp (not a wet) lint free cloth and rub up and down the shaft (not abrasively). Then dry it off with a dry cloth.
If for some reason a cue becomes very dirty or oily then you may need to purchase a wood cleaning product. Products that are bespoke for cleaning cues will give an excellent finish to the wood and will protect and seal from dirt and clear away any chalk residue.
If you find an a cheaper cue that you have a uneven layer of varnish then I advise using a light grade of sandpaper to remove the varnish. Be careful though as you don’t want to remove wood. Getting rid of the uneven varnish should leave you with a smooth, gliding finish. You can apply a light layer of wood protector (suitable for cues) after this to protect the wood.
Use a Cue Case
Seriously consider buying a cue case, whether you have a budget soft case or a high-end alumunium case all cases will offer some sort of protection.
The Don’ts of Cue Care:
One of the most important things about cue care is keeping a cue straight. This is not a secret are if the cue is treated correctly. Here are some definite don’ts for you:
Don’t subject a cue to major temperature changes as this will cause cue warping.
Don’t leave near a heat supply/radiator, even if within a case (again will cause cue to warp)
Don’t leave the cue in a car for long lengths of time or overnight as hot or cold temperatures will cause warping.
Don’t lean on your cue or throw it around even if in a hard case.
Don’t leave your cue leaning against a wall as it will cause it to stress and bend.
These things may void the warranty agreement of the cue.
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