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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.
Storm Tape Ball Cricket Bat by Ihsan. The bat is used for tennis balls. Oiling and Knocking Service on cricket bats will take additional 5 days with our process using hand knocking with the combination of ball mallet and wooden hammer ballet. Linseed oil is applied initially followed by a light knocking then leaving the bat for 12 hours.
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The most optimum oil to use for knocking in/breaking in a cricket bat is raw linseed oil as the properties of the oil tend to lock in the moisture content of the willow and impart a spring-like characteristic to the outer core of wood. This should be the characteristic you should be looking from the oil you use to knock in the bat.
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