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24 Comments on “Leaving Your Bowling Ball in a Hot Car. What Does That Mean?”
I have made this mistake on more then one occasion. I thought it was condesation on the ball. Great insight!
Thanks for the tip. I have always wonder what that was.
I left my rhino pro gold pearl ball in the trunk a few times and it did end up cracking over the pin. I learned from my mistake
Watching this as my bowling balls sits in my car right now
Same, it’s only like 96 out though
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I go back bowling I be more like to buying 9 thing from the place
Im a league player
In a common year time ⏲️
Isn’t 30 seconds a bit too short ? I mean they absorb oil slower than that. Also, could we just leave the So Fresh So clean on the ball for like, 5 minutes so it absorbs more of it ?
I will be returning to the office after working from home for over a year. With my schedule I don’t always have time to get home to grab my gear before league. I HATE leaving my stuff in the car. I will need to find another solution. Even if it means dragging my stuff in the office and putting it under my desk.
@TeamIFDVideos I have a three ball roller and a three ball tote. I have space for them in my cube area, if they don’t move me to a new portion of the building.
@Scott Clouse If your center has lockers that could be an option.
@David Chamberlain mine do but I bowl at multiple centers
@TeamIFDVideos sounds like you need to expand your arsenal and have specific balls for each center😂😂 I know how my wife would react….
@David Chamberlain same lol
I bought his products. Good stuff!!
Or as I say the cheap way of getting oil out. Did this on accident a few weeks ago. I wipe the oil off then use a cleaner then resurface with either CTD trucut pads or wet dry sandpaper from home depot.
The first couple of times i used CTD it seemed to help but after that, not so much. Maybe i wiped it off too quickly.
Does Level Up do the same thing ?