Cricket equipment needs to be cared very gently, and from the moment you purchase your very first cricket bat, there are many things to bear in mind. In cricket equipment cricket bat is mostly needed special care and maintenance. The life of your cricket bat is totally depend on how thoroughly it has been knocked-in, and properly oiled with raw linseed oil. The toe and the edges are the most important parts of the cricket bat, so we should regularly concentrate on them first. The biggest enemies of your bat is water because willow absorbs water and moisture very easily, so always keep your cricket equipment dry. The storage of cricket equipment is most important part of caring. The poor storage can lead to broken bats or it may out of shape.
- During hot cricket season cricket equipment should be stored in a cool and dry place and don’t let it dry out.
- During practice time, bats get breaks out due to old cheap practice balls because these balls are very hard in nature. If you have a option, use an old bat for practice and keep your best bat for scoring more runs.
- Especially the toe region get rapidly worse because too much moisture will cause wooden cricket equipment to swell, so keep your bat dry.
- After every season give it a good service to your cricket equipment If a small cracks appear, you can repair with wood glue or any best glue, and give a few oiling.
The most safe place is garage where you can store cricket equipment easily as it is cool as well as dry throughout the year.