OUR REPAIR PROCESS
WE FIX CRICKET BATS EVERYDAY
Cricket bats go through alot of wear and tear over their time as a tool to help cricketers make runs out in the middle. They are natural, wooden products having leather and plastic balls hitting them over and over again. it is envitable that some cricket bats break in all different kinds of ways in their life time.
We aim to get your cricket bat back on the park as quickly as we can as we know you need it .
So that's what we do.
CRICKET BATS REPAIRED SINCE 2013
We think we have seen pretty much everything in regards to cricket bat repairs over the years and we are confident that we can fix almost everything as well!
WHY DO BATS BREAK
It can be a number of things that cause a bat to break. Cricket bats are natural products which means they are not indestructable.
I HAVE A CREAK OR A CLICK IN MY HANDLE. DOES IT NEED TO BE REPLACED?
Thet is caused from the cane and rubber starting to seperate in the handle. Depending on how bad it is we may be able to un-bind, re-glue the handle then re-bind. Worst case scenrio, we replace the handle.
I JAMMED DOWN ON A YORKER AND MY HANDLE BROKE. WHY IS THAT?
When you jam down on a yorker, the downward pressue on the joint of the handle and the bat is quite immense. This is why some times the handle breaks or the shoulders start to crack.
SHOULD i OIL MY CRICKET BAT?
Yes, RAW linseed oil is the best way for you to keep your bat healthy and from losing moisture. Even if your cricket bat has a protective sheet on the face of it, oil all of the exposed parts of willow.
IF MY BAT HAS A PROTECTIVE SHEET ON THE FACE, DO i NEED TO OIL MY BAT ANYMORE?
We recommend oiling all of the exposed parts of the willow. We also recommend removing the facing at the end of the season, sanding the face and re-oiling before applying a new facing.
WHY DO BATS CRACK AND BREAK APART?
Cricket bats have always cracked as they get older but the difference these days is that they are so much dryer than they ever have been in the past. This means the wood fibres don't bond together as well as the do when there is adequate moisture in the willow.
The best way to keep your bat healthy is to oil it regularly with RAW linseed oil.
Choose between a 4, 6 or 12 piece handle. You can also choose what kind of thickness and shape you like.
Allows for 30 minutes of repair time plus materials
Allows for 60 minutes of repair time plus materials
Allows for 90 minutes of repair time plus materials
Allows for 120 minutes of repair time plus materials
Apply Shoe Goo to the toe of the cricket bat