The tips measure 10 mm in diameter and are suited to the dimensions of snooker or blackball cues.
Did you know? You need to maintain the tip of your pool cue.
The tip is the very end of your pool cue. This is the part you use to hit the ball: so it regularly wears out and gets replaced. If you have just replaced your tip or if you have a new pool cue, you need to "make" the tip. The goal is to sand the tip with sandpaper to remove the varnish, soften the leather, and break the angles so that the tip hits the ball evenly.
How to replace your tip
Nothing is easier: Step 1: remove the damaged tip with a Stanley knife. Step 2: sand down the new tip to a flat surface. Step 3: glue the tip, paying attention to the amount applied, and apply pressure for 2 minutes. Step 4: soften and shape the tip with sandpaper. Now you can play!