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Start by rounding the edges, holding the bat at a 45-degree angle and knocking in from the toe to the shoulder on each edge. The edges are vulnerable to cracking, especially if there is heartwood, so be careful to start very lightly, but gradually increase in force until you notice the edges rounding and becoming smoother.
When knocking in, it is crucial to focus your attention towards the more vulnerable areas - the toe and edges - with slightly less emphasis on the middle of the bat. This knocking in process can become quite a tedious task and more importantly, if it is not done properly, you may void your new bat's warranty .
This is where knocking-in a cricket bat comes handy. Knocking-in is a process of preparing a cricket bat for use. It helps condense the fibers of the willow and make the bat stronger. It is done using a mallet that is hit on the surface, edges, and toe of the bat. Knocking-in, in combination with oiling, helps the bat last longer.
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After the oiling, you are ready for next step – knocking off the cricket bat. Knocking the cricket bat Knocking is the process where we improve the strength of the bat by compressing the fibers of the willow so bat can be powerful enough to hit the ball which comes with the speed of 90mph.
Before you can use a cricket bat in a game, you have to compress the willow wood on the striking surface, a process called knocking. It can take up to 20,000 hits with a mallet to properly compress the wood, but it’s a necessary process to ensure your bat can take a hit and is ready for the game! 
Notify me. Sold out. Talent Price £25.00. A widely used service, essential for ALL new cricket bats. Includes oiling before and after "knocking in". Your bat is "knocked in" by hand using a wooden lignum mallet. The edges are rolled. Fibre tape added to the edges, and an anti scuff sheet applied, (unless otherwise stated in "customer notes" box)