Wood fibres lifting from the face of the cricket bat or severe cracking down one or both edges of the blade may indicate the face is delaminated. The force of a cricket ball hitting a moving cricket bat applies stress to the handle causing the glue to dislodge. This can cause movement between the splice and cricket bat handle which indicates delamination. Chase Cricket can carry out these repairs on any brand, make or model of cricket bat.
Repair bat face laminates, includes a Full Refurbishment.
HOW IT WORKS
Click here to download the REPAIR FORM, print out*, fill in your details, including your order number (received via email after purchase) and send along with your bat to:
Chase Cricket Limited, Calving Barn, Dummer Down Farm, Dummer, Hampshire, RG25 2AR
Please allow approximately 7-10 days turnaround.
*If sending multiple bats, please fill out and attach a form to each bat detailing requirements.