This is one of the oldest cue tools around. For nearly a hundred years, players have used a shaft slicker to clean and sand their shafts. Shaft slickers hold a lightly-abrasive pad (much like a Scotch-Brite pad) inside a canvas-like tube, providing a non-damaging abrasive to clean and smooth your shaft. Simply slide the slicker over the shaft, then rub it up and down to remove accumulated debris to get your shaft looking and playing like new again.
We currently have 2 on hand.