Christian Hernandez: Videos like this are the very essence of YouTube
SirNoobs: @panchothechihuaha I own one myself, it's called the Ultimate Tip Tool. It
goes for around $15-$20USD.
Jaren Whitehouse: You have no idea how helpful this video was. I'm new at this and bought a
new cue and tip tool, but had no idea what to do. Thanks for saving me the
embarrassment of asking one of the guys at the pool hall. I owe you big
Trev Tes: @nvle5 Listen closer, 1:18
keeler1160: my tip is mushroomed and i'm trying to figure out how to get rid of it.
KenshinBattousai374: @SirNoobs A willards scuffer is better for snooker cues as the size is more
easily managed on your hand.
Dedwood13: Very instructional. Thank you very much. Now I can get my new pool cue
ready for action. ~best wishes, dedwood
Trev Tes: @nvle5 double nvmlol
cameron knudstrup: are you an idiot?
Sebkarp0: How much does a perforator or whatever roughly cost?
Christopher Tisdell: surprised you did this on the table, the debris created is harmful to the
felt, non the less very helpful
sahilsheth: @SirNoobs - so what can i use to shape my cue tip ?? , i tried using
sandpaper , but the finish is horrible and i think i have kinda screwed it
up , plus the shape doesnt seem to be perfect !
oodle42: @1:18 i kinda disagree with the upward stroke on the tip since the tip is
usually layered, stroking upward it is possible to pull layers up and can
ruin tip. best to stroke opposite direction downward. just my opinion.
MrRockne25: great video! thanks.
marc rami: this was so helpful for me thank u alot :)
SirNoobs: @sahilsheth I don't know too much about snooker cues, sorry. I've seen
people use files and they generally file the tip in one direction. If
anything, bring it to the snooker club/cue maker/pool hall/cue store and
see if someone can help you out!
AnTiCs53: Lol. Like I said, if you want to ruin your tip, be my guest. Then we'll see
who the idiot is.
Moti Lalwani: I too am surprised to see this happening!
Aristarco Palacios: Pool cue tips are said to have quarter and nickel radii, but what about
carom cue tips? I always leave the tip flat and only sand it to roughen it
up to improve chalk retention but, what is the correct shape of tips for
carom billiards? Also round? I've used pool tips to play carom but feel I
lose precision. Any idea?
panchothechihuaha: wow thats a great little tool , whats the name of it and how much did it
nvle5: how do i fix a mushroom tip ?
sahilsheth: @SirNoobs - can use this same tool to shape my snooker cue tip ?
Intrepid Bogard: I have this same tool and it is one of the key items in my cue case.
Although the Trimming end will scratch the ferrule so be careful!
AnTiCs53: What a HORRIBLE way to shape the cue tip. WOW. Absolutely disgusted. FOLLOW
HIS INSTRUCTIONS if you want to ruin your cue tip.
SirNoobs: @sahilsheth Yes and no, it'll work but due to the size of snooker cue tips
it may not be as effective in getting the curve fit for snooker. Snooker
cue tips are smaller (9-11mm) while pool cue tips range from 12-13mm.
nvle5: nvm lol
theinoffkid: glad he dint do my tip,,,you shud NEVER sand a tip upwards,but there again
he is american,,,,nuff sed