Once you have your spots measured out on your pool table (see here for correct measurements), you align the stamp above the spot on the pool table. The great thing with this unit is that the ink part of the stamp is enclosed within the unit so you can move the unit anywhere on the billiards table without getting ink on the pool table. Once it is aligned, you hold the bottom of the unit with your fingers and with the other hand, you press firmly down on the stamping unit and an impression is made on the cloth. The more times you stamp, the darker the stamp gets. But you have to be careful with multiple stamping. You must keep the unit perfectly in place each time you stamp the cloth. Typically you shouldn’t need to stamp more than 5-8 times for the ink to be dark.
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First Stamp Ever Designed To Replace Sticker Spots on Pool Tables
We all have seen them or shall I say, not seen them. Those sticker spots on pool tables that come off or worse yet, start to curl up. We curse the pool table because the shot we made rolled over that curled spot sticker and made our object ball change direction. Next thing you know the spot sticker is torn off leaving an unsightly look on the pool table.