Archive for Cricket Bats
Do you want a quality Kookaburra cricket bat?
Kookaburra produce some of the best and most popular cricket bats in the world. They’re usually not cheap, but you can pick up some good deals here, through eBay;
Do you want a Woodworm cricket bat?
Don’t have much cash and want a cheap cricket bat? eBay have a huge range of cheap cricket bats being sold buy buyers from around the world. Here are some tips for buying cricket bats from eBay. Read More→
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Have you brought a cricket bat from eBay? Post your thoughts below and let us know if you’ve had any good or bad experiences…
You should oil your new cricket bat using linseed oil before you begin to it knock-in.
Firstly lightly sand the surfaces of the cricket bat with a fine grade of sand paper. Then apply 2-3 light coats of oil to all exposed surfaces of the bat, allowing sufficient time for the bat to dry between coats, usually overnight.
Cricket Bat Care and Maintenance Tips – Knocking in Your Cricket Bat
Once you have oiled your new cricket bat you need to spend some time conditioning it before using it in a competitive environment. This is done by the process of knocking it in.