Category: Table Shuffleboard Maintenance


Shuffleboard Plowing is an issue when the puck weight is traveling from one end to another and creates a trail “plowing” through the powder wax. This can occur due to a few reasons: Most Common – Table Shuffleboard Pucks. Most Read more…


Table Shuffleboard Leveling – Convex Table Table Shuffleboard Leveling – Concave Table


What is Table Shuffleboard Powder Wax Made of?Table Shuffleboard Powder Wax is usually made from a mixture of cornmeal, silicone and sometimes walnut shells. There are three main types of powder wax – Yellow, Brown and White. Yellow is made Read more…


A number of customers have Nut Allergies and ask about Table Shuffleboard Powder Wax. Powdered wax is usually made from a mixture of cornmeal, Silicone and sometimes walnut shells. There are three main types of powder wax – Yellow, Brown Read more…


A common question we get — Should we reuse the table shuffleboard powder in the gutter? Some customers like to reuse the powder to save a couple dollars but by reusing the powder you might pick up carpet fibers and Read more…


National Table Shuffleboard is six months from today and celebrated on September 17th each year. You can find information on the web at National Table Shuffleboard Day and update information on the Facebook page – National Table Shuffleboard Day


Every play Table Shuffleboard and your Powder Clumps? There are a couple reasons this can occur including the Powder is moist from condensation or your table has moisture from too much Silicone. How about Dead Spots on your table? These Read more…


Table Shuffleboard Powder Wax is usually made from a mixture of cornmeal, Silicone and sometimes walnut shells. Table shuffleboard powder is sometimes called shuffleboard cheese, salt, dust, sawdust or sand. There are three main types of powder wax – Yellow, Read more…


Proper care of your shuffleboard will guarantee you a great playing surface for years to come. Waxing and cleaning your board will preserve the quality of your playing service and prevent damage. Here are Recommended Maintenance Tips for Your Table Read more…


Table Shuffleboard Plowing is an issue where when the puck is travels from one end to another it creates a trail plowing through the powder wax. This can occur due to a few reasons: Most Common – Table Shuffleboard Pucks. Read more…