So we’ve been receiving a number of emails asking us about the best chemicals, sprays & bleaching products that can be
used to clean our poles. Well, we can tell you that you need none of these items -

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Not only do the screws round off over time but this also has an effect on the hex keys. With all tools they start to degrade over time, which renders them useless or detrimental to tightening and loosening the screws on the poles.

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To make sure your X-Stage is functioning correctly, please take a look around your stage. Keep your 5mm hex key handy. There are 3 screws underneath the base of the stage which you should check are tight.

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Do you know how to tighten your X-Joints properly... we mean, really properly? Well, in case you don’t, we thought we’ll put together this concise overview of the key things that you should be getting right. To install the X-Joint correctly, simply slide one half into a pole tube, ensuring the 2x pins locate in the corresponding U-slots.

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To avoid permanent damage to your XPert ‘A' pole, please remember to tighten the three adjuster locking screws on the flat sections of the adjuster rod. On the latest poles we have had a dot/indent placed on the rim - now all you have to do is line up the dot/indent with any of the locking screws - this would ensure that all the 'flats' are in line.

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When making the transition from static to spinning, the static and spinning screws must be loosened until they are flush with the pole, as per the instructions supplied with your kit. Failure to do so will result in the screws damaging your base shaft. If this happens, you will have a very difficult job of removing the base from the A-Pole when it comes to disassembly storing your pole!

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