The Gray Nicolls Linseed Cricket Bat Oil is an essential tool for preparing your bat before play. The linseed oil enhances the quality of your bat without damaging it while ensuring your bat keeps its correct moisture content. Help prevent cracks and damage to your bat with the Gray Nicolls Linseed Cricket Bat Oil.
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How to Oil Your Bat. Apply 2-3 teaspoons of oil to the face of the bat. You can use an old piece of rag but it doesn’t matter if you use your fingers. Make sure you don’t oil the splice, or within a CM of the splice. The oil should cover the face of the bat, the edges, the heel, and about 4 CM from the edges on the back of the bat.
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When first purchased, natural-faced bats should be lightly sanded with 150 grit sandpaper to remove polish and then lightly oiled with cricket bat oil or linseed oil all over the face and the toe using a soft rag or your finger (do not apply oil to the splice as it can weaken the glue).
This Tutorial was created to teach young cricketers how to 'Knock In' their new Kookaburra cricket bat.Director, Cinematographer, Editor: Tom NicholsClient: ...