Sarado Slip... You're playing and you start to hear that dull or double clack... stalls aren't stalling... TIME TO PUSH DOWN ON THOSE CUPS! In my (limited) experience there are two woods that are the worst offenders when it comes to loose sarados: Keyaki & Ash Two of my favorite woods. But I know with a keyaki ken within about 2 hours play it's time to slip some tape between the sword and cups. With ash, I usually have to jam tape in after about two days of solid play. So...??? I'm throwing it out to y'all. What, in your experience, are the worst offending woods on SARADO SLIP?