"hola carlos, any wood or exterior paint but dont put it straigth in the stamps. put the paint in a paper or a plastic, then put the stamp in the paint and then in the mallet head. if dosent work take the barnish of with sand paper were you would…"
"I would assume that initially needs to be done before the acrylic varnish/laquer/sealant is added to the head - otherwise you would need gloss paint to stick onto a gloss surface.
Best thing to do would be to strip it down, paint, then…"
Hello PCW community, I am looking for your help. On my last trip to BsAs I bought the 2 rubber stamps that have my initials on them...but I have not been able to figure out what kind of ink or paint I need to use to stamp my initials on my mallets. I already tried, stamp ink and oil based paint. Both don´t seem to stick to the wood surface... Thank you,CarlosSee More
"Hi Carlos; opinions will vary, but from my own experience I have recently built a grass S&B field measuring 100 x 60 metres. It serves both purposes, maintenance is minimal, and it is similar to an arena size field. Espero esto te ayude.…"
Dear PCW community, I would like to hear some opinions on how big a S&B field should be.The main use for this field would be to [well, obvioulsy] stick and ball, but also to use as a mini-practice field for pick up matches of 2 vs 2 (or even 3 vs 3).Please state why you think your measurements are ideal.Thank you and Polo On!CarlosSee More
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