Sil Kleen

Sil Kleen

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1 oz. instant shaft cleaner. Quickly removes build up of dirt, talc, chalk and more for the pores and surface of the pool cue shaft. Restores the shaft to the original appearance and silky smooth feel.

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  • Did a good job
    5

    Posted by carol on Aug 4th 2017

    Cleaned up my cue stick. Seems like it might be a liquid form of Bartender's Friend.

  • Cleans the cue like new
    5

    Posted by David on Jun 3rd 2017

    Purchased the cleaner for some old cues that were given to me. I used a micro cloth to scrub the cleaner onto the cue. It cleaned it up better than expected. Cue looks and slides like new.

  • Worked like nothing else
    5

    Posted by Sean on May 21st 2017

    I am constantly using my Q-wiz for years to get a smooth cue, but have been dismayed that there was still a visible residue left. Last night I got my Sil Kleen and threw a little dab onto a clean washcloth and was delighted to see all the chalk on the cloth afterwords that was no longer on my cue!

  • Worked Great
    5

    Posted by Christopher on Feb 9th 2017

    I used this solution to clean an old set of cue sticks that were handed down to me. You can tell that the cue sticks had never been cleaned, so the difference afterward was tremendous. Great product!

  • If you like a real clean ferrule. Use this.
    4

    Posted by Bill on Jan 31st 2017

    It seems to take away the chalk dust and any other surface dirt that may be present. This is part of my cleaning regiment that I just started. I use this about every one to two hours. Put a little on a soft clean cloth. Wipe down the ferrule and about 3" of the shaft. finish the wipe down with a microfibre cloth.The chalk marking magically disappear. You can then burnish the shaft if you want with a shaft slicker

  • Good cleaner. Easy to use.
    4

    Posted by Jon on Jan 13th 2017

    This is a good cleaner that is easier to use than some of the others.

  • I've tried almost all of them
    5

    Posted by Bob on Jan 3rd 2017

    Yes. Pads, scrubbers, wipes, oils, Windex, spit. Nothing seems to get the chalk completely off, but this one comes close without marring the wood.
    Always use a good Carnuba or Butchers wax to finish.

  • Excellent!!!
    5

    Posted by Ahmad on Dec 8th 2016

    Excellent!!!

  • The best stuff
    5

    Posted by jock on Sep 22nd 2016

    Works really well