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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.
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* 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 * For sale in India Only. At Cricketershop, we have professional grade Cricket Kit and Equipment.
The cricket bat is usually preserved and protected with the linseed oil. However, the durability, toughness, and shock-resistance are dependent upon its willow and grain structure.
You should treat your cricket bat using raw linseed oil because it keeps the bat moist longer than boiled linseed oil. This has two benefits for your cricket bat: It keeps the bat fibers bound together throughout the bat’s life. It increases the elasticity of the bat fibers, resulting in better performance and ping from the bat. What About Boiled Linseed Oil? Boiled linseed oil acts as a polish for the bat and gives it a varnish tint. However, the oil does not seep into the bat fibers ...
Oiling: For Natural finish (untreated) bats:- Before use, apply a light coat of raw linseed oil (bat oil) to the face, back edges and toe with the fingers and palm of the hand. Avoid oiling the splice area. 3 or 4 further light coats should be applied to the face, edges and toe at about weekly intervals. Clean the bat using fine sand paper before each application.
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.
To oil a bat in the correct way, follow these steps: You may wish to lightly sand the surface of the bat using a small piece of sandpaper before you begin, although this isn’t totally necessary. Pour a very small amount of oil on to the face of the bat. I like to use Linseed oil as this aids water repellence and is the most commonly used oil for this process.