The market’s best and most durable tip tool
Keeping your cue’s tip in top condition means improved accuracy—hit and performance, as well as better chalk retention—making fewer gaffes.
If you own a pool cue, you need a tip tool. So, why not get the tip tool many players consider the market’s best and most durable?
Shape: Use the nickel or dime radius abrasive to shape or re-shape tip.
Scuff: Use the textured diamond bottom of the tool to tap your tip, maximizing chalk retention.
Fix Mushrooming: Use the abrasive side of the tool to remove mushroomed area.
Burnish: Use the leather side to polish the tip walls; create a slick, glossy edge—sealing the tip to prevent future mushrooming.
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Use the top of the tool radius abrasive to initially shape or re-shape tip to perfect sized radius. Slowly rotate tip and stroke the length of the tool across the top of the tip until uniform radius is achieved.
Use the flat bottom of the tool to scuff your tip to maximize chalk holding properties. Do not drag across surface as you will alter the shape of the tip. Simply press the tool firmly against the tip and rock across the tip surface, rotate the shaft and repeat until the entire tip surface has been textured. You should not remove tip material while scuffing.
Use the abrasive side of the tool and roll your shaft on flat surface and stroke tool across mushroomed area of tip while rolling shaft until tip is no longer mushroomed and is uniformly round.
Use the leather side of the tool and roll your shaft on flat surface while rapidly stroking the leather across the sides of the tip in order to seal and harden (burnish) the sides of the tip. In addition to improving the tip’s appearance this strengthens the sides of the tip and will reduce mushrooming.
VIDEO REVIEW OF THE TIP TOOL
– By Rodney Morris.