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GM Linseed Oil Cricket 100Ml

Pure linseed oil for cricket bats
100Ml bottle
Oiling – maintains moisture levels in bats and reduces the chances of splitting and cracking

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Oiling your cricket bat is the first step in the knocking in process. Using the Raw Linseed Oil found in your Bat Package lightly oil your new bat. Oiling – maintains moisture levels in bats and reduces the chances of splitting and cracking. Use a cloth to apply cricket bat or linseed oil to the bat. Apply oil to the face, edges and blade avoiding the splice and labels (only exposed timber should be oiled). Generally three to four initial coats should be sufficient and one coat every three to four weeks thereafter. Lay the bat down for about 24 hours after applying each coat to enable the blade to dry. Note: if the bat has an anti-scuff sheet, oil can still be applied to the exposed timber. This should be performed once every eight weeks or so with a very light coat
Pure linseed oil for cricket bats
100Ml bottle
Oiling – maintains moisture levels in bats and reduces the chances of splitting and cracking
Apply oil to the face, edges and blade avoiding the splice and labels
Linseed oil can be used on its own or blended with combinations of other oils
It creates an excellent medium for most types of painting
It seals the cricket bat to prevent any moisture getting into or out of your cricket bat
Linseed oil for the preparation and maintenance of your bat
Excellent for conditioning new bats and revitalizing old ones
Highly water resistant

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