BUSTED TOES

  • by Rod Grey
Not sure what it is lately, but we have been seeing lots of toes in need of repair. The great thing is that busted toes are more often than not, very repairable. If your toe breaks, there are a few things you can do to make sure that the toe has the best chance of repair.Cricket bat toe to be repaired at the Cooper Cricket workshop


1. Tape it up as soon as you can. If the toe has cracked, try and tape it with whatever you can to keep it together. Fibreglass tape works best; however, you could also use electrical tape, duct tape or packing tape.


2. Keep the broken bits if you can. If pieces break off, make sure you keep them so they can be glued back together.


3. Stop using it. Once your bat has stopped being a solid, complete unit, it generally stops hitting the ball as well as it used to. If you can, stop using it and borrow a bat until you get it repaired. 

Busted toe repairs at Cooper Cricket workshop

At the Cooper Cricket workshop, many bats are brought in for repair that are exceptionally damaged and look like they can’t be fixed. Cricket bats are super repairable, and we do all kinds of things to get them back hitting balls again.

Toe repairs on cricket bat at Cooper Cricket workshop Brisbane

 Whether you use Cooper Cricket or another cricket bat repairer, remember most times you can fix it before having to replace it.

 

 

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