13 Comments on “Gray Scotch Brite on a Bowling Ball? What does it surface scan at?”

  1. Hai anna iam Nagendar Anna na age 42 Kayantanii.UNO qualification m.l.t medical lab technicianh ,Srpt lo jobs unte cheppagalaru anna.with govt Jobs

  2. LP reacted d ryt way, she is Kimmy-jka.Monster need of over drama, or over consider ations. She don’t deserve *considerationsm. Lp പറഞ്ഞ പോലെ,, ജീവിതം തുടങ്ങിയല്ലേ ഉള്ളു, പഠിക്കട്ടെ.

  3. I would like to see what sandpaper does like wet 220 grit sandpaper will change the surface of the ball.

  4. Another reason that Scotch Brite is not a good idea is that there are different models under the Scotch Brite brand. I had one at work today where we had to try a different model pad in a process due to supply chain issues. Both were gray Scotch Brite brand. The new pad cut now where near the same and we were unable to use that pad shutting down part of our production.

  5. LP reacted d ryt way, she is Kayantanii.UNO need of over drama, or over consider ations. She don’t deserve *considerationso. Lp പറഞ്ഞ പോലെ,, ജീവിതം തുടങ്ങിയല്ലേ ഉള്ളു, പഠിക്കട്ടെ.

  6. Hai anna iam Nagendar Anna na age 42 gisellee.monster qualification m.l.t medical lab technicianh ,Srpt lo jobs unte cheppagalaru anna.with govt Jobs

  7. Thanks for debunking more of people’s silly ideas. Next thing you know they’ll be sanding their balls with finger nail files to save a nickel. TruCut is the only way to go.

  8. I’d like to see scotch brite by hand, I think it’d come out much lower grit, I use a green scotch brite and then 2000 or 1000 depending on which the situation calls on my phaze 2 it keeps it from lane shining so fast because of the deeper cuts underneath but the abralon makes the surface more consistent

  9. I’m not sure what you really accomplished here. Maybe I don’t have the background to fully understand, but the goal is to change the surface of the ball to achieve a certain grit level. You did not demonstrate the amount of surface CHANGE in your measurement since there was not before or after illustrations nor COMPARISON to the surface change achieved by a Trucut pad.
    Yes, there was some scratching of the ball, but using a skip grit routine by finishing off the process using white Scotch Brite Pads will take some of that out and you have to show why those scratches would adversely affect the performance. Afterall, when you examine most balls over a year’s period of time, you will see many dings and scratches caused by normal play on the lanes.

    I use Scotch Brite between cleanings by the pro shop. In my experience It is a time-tested idea that does work. Maybe Trucut is better but that is not what you demonstrated.

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