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Despite our unified passion for cricket, most players, casual and even professional, make the common mistake of not taking care of their prized possessions - cricket bats.

Whenever you buy a bat, it is a must to ensure that you take special care to knock it in to prevent damage and maintain stellar stroke-making on the pitch. Even bats that claim to be “pre-prepared” in the factory, will still need a minimum of 2-hours knocking-in before it can be used in a game. Knocking in compresses, knits the fibres together and prepares your bat to take on every shot head on and give you an assured response every time you step on the front foot.

Even when the cricket season has ended, oiling becomes necessary to maintain proper moisture levels in the willow and any cracks should be sealed to ensure that the bat remains in perfect condition to be carried on to the next season.

Cricsto Pick up & Drop

All of this sounds like a hassle, we know. But that’s where Cricsto’s Pickup and Drop service comes in. Here’s how -

We pick up your bats, old and new, from your home.

We carry out our dedicated, hands-on BatCare process at our warehouse.

Once complete, we deliver your bat back to your home, at your convenience.

Know our BatCare process in detail

Knocking in

We take care of oiling and knocking your cricket bat, so that it’s game ready even before it faces the first ball at your big game. Get ready to fire big.

Blade Repair

It is important to service old bats, to help them stand the test of time even longer. We repair and seal any cracks and carry out a full refurbishing of your bat.

Handle Repair

Handle refurbishing ensures the original feel. We repair your handle with fittings. Our handle refurbishing retains the original feel and manoeuvrability of your bat.


Basic servicing of your blade – stripping, cleaning, and suitably fitting your bat with an anti-scuff sheet, edge tape and toe guard to protect against chips and other damage.

Weight Reduction

Take off the unnecessary wood around the edges and spine of your blade to improve the balance, pick up and feel of your bat from the word go.