After a long flight from NY on Saturday back home to Texas, then watching the Texas A&M Aggies roll over the Crimson Tide for what will surely go down as a historical, if not hysterical (considering the predictions about Texas A&M not being SEC-ready!) upset in college football, then spending the next few days catching up on all our missed shows: The Voice, The Good Wife, The X Factor, Revenge and a few other things that needed to be dealt with at TPS , we finally got a chance to write this blog.
While we were gone we had several questions about clay poker chips and how to take care of them. Clay poker chips have a very distinct feel and sound to them and are used by most professional poker players. We recommend cleaning your chips with a little bit of baby oil or mineral oil using a soft bristle toothbrush. Clean them one at a time to prevent them from being scratched and then let them dry for 24 hours. Always store them in chip trays or better yet in a poker chip case to prevent any damage to them. If you do this once in a while, your poker chips will last forever.