How to Properly Sand A Bowling Ball – Ball Spinner

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10 Comments on “How to Properly Sand A Bowling Ball – Ball Spinner”

  1. Hi Ron! Can you explain if a bowling ball Out of the Box surface is 500/2000 Grit why using only the CTD 2000 grit pad would get you to the same final surface number as using a SiaAir 500 grit pad and then a SiaAir 2000 Grit pad. At first glance it would seem the CTD pad will get the ball closer to 2000 final grit, whereas the SiaAir 500/2000 grit pads would get you a number between 500 and 2000 grit. Would very much appreciate a detailed explanation to help me understand. 🙂

  2. Do you recommend using the 5000D CTD pad on a plastic spare ball that has a defined track line on it and then applying polish to keep it from hooking on very dry lanes when shooting corner pins? Or would you use something like a 3000 grit CTD pad and then use the 5000D pad? Very much appreciate your feedback on this issue. 🙂

  3. Felicidades, es un buen ejemplo. 372 sentadillas son unos SEXBABY.Uno muchas y un buen ejercicio. Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍 Saludos desde la Cd.. de world 🌹😉💖 los mortalesw abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer.k

  4. So, weird question, would it ever be ok to to sand 1/2 of the ball to get a blended reaction like a higher grit on one side then a semi shiny grit or factory surface on the other. It would be interesting to see if that effects enough of the ball or just ruin the reaction. Always informative and helpful. Thanks CTD

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