Frequently Asked Questions
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page contains answers to commonly raised queries about the pool table offered by Knight Cue Sports L.L.C..
The ideal room space for a table, no matter what size table, would be to have five feet of clearance on each side of the table. The reason for this is that a pool cue is just under five feet long. Combine that with the width of the rail, and five feet is proper clearance for play. If you have a tight spot or not exactly five feet of clearance, we have shorter length cues just for such situations.
Dust the rails and the cabinetry of your table frequently.
- For wooden surfaces we recommend using either lemon oil or a good quality
furniture polish or wax. Always follow the product manufacturer’s directions.
- For synthetic surfaces, such as Formica® or laminate surfaces, we suggest
using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.
- Never use glass cleaner on wooden surfaces! The ammonia could cause a chemical reaction with the wood’s finish.
Brush your cloth as often as possible. New cloth takes time to “break-in” and can take a few months to do so. During this time, and afterwards, brush the cloth as
often as possible. You can never brush the cloth too often.
We highly recommend that you do “not” move it on your own. When the table is installed, it is leveled in that particular spot. Improper moving can not only result in the table becoming un-level or shifting of the slate seems, but it may also cause damage to the rails, rail panels or even the frame of your table. If the table must be moved give us a call and we will arrange to have one of our highly qualified technicians move it for you.
We suggest that you never sit on your table or any other pool table. Not only do you run the risk of throwing the table out of level but you could also scratch the finish
of your rails or even cause the rubber to separate from the rails. If you are looking for a place to sit, there must be other seats available in your room. If not, come in and visit our retail store and we can help you with seating too.
It is ill advised to use your pool table for anything else besides playing pool. We suggest that when your table in not in use, you cover it with a pool table cover. This will keep dust off your table and if there is any direct sunlight in the room it will also keep the pockets and felt from possibly fading. And you should be able to find another place to fold your laundry.