Sanding Direction Demonstration September 15, 2021April 2, 2021 - by Bestbowlingtipsforbeginners59 - 31 Comments. Per USBC rules you must sand the entire surface of the bowling ball evenly.
31 Comments on “Sanding Direction Demonstration”
Why not just sand in circular motion?
MrYoooooooouuuuuuuu You can we are just showing other options
Does the entire surface have to be the same grit when you sand it?
And if heard correctly you must sand before starting a tournament or league correct? Not in the middle of a game ?
Did he change his ball speed?
No the data confirms that
@Ronald Hickland Jr
Where can i buy these???
@izzy 706 https://ctdbowling.com/products/pre-order-trucut-by-ctd-sanding-pads
@izzy 706 order at that link before Sun the price goes up on Monday and everything ships on Monday as well
This is cool man thank you. Me being into cars it reminds me of the different layouts and setups you can do to one vehicle or another for different tracks (or lanes)
Appreciate the comment my man
Just bought the new Trucut/TurtleWax 5500 grit polish. Does sanding direction still matter if I apply it? (Using ball spinner btw)
It can matter depending on the underlying grit used. Make sure you polish the ball evenly as well.
I have your purple stuff and shammy, I have a crux pearl that I feel needs more hook it has lost its hook and is not as strong as it use to be. Factory is 1500 grit polished. What do I need to get this ball back and hooking?
This is the kit you need. https://ctdbowling.com/products/trucut-polish-pack?variant=20069391433826
Read this for context. https://ctdbowling.com/blogs/news/turtle-wax-co-brands-a-polish-for-bowling-balls-with-creating-the-difference
If I want to resurface a ball and finish with 1500 grit. What grit should I start with. I have 180 and 360 Abralon then I have tru cut from there
Thank you for this video Rom I’m doing this today.
Step one done
wont it be better to have the grooves that are created from sanding the ball go more-so perpendicular than parallel to the bowlers track? i was taught that doing this is better for creating surface because it provides more of a bite (more traction) and that doing it the way suggested in the video is a way to get the bowler to come back to the pro shop sooner as the sanding job will smooth out faster.
Watch this. We explain in detail sanding direction. https://youtu.be/HIjsgihIBVo
very helpful, thank you…
Just purchased your product. Have a ball with 1500 Abralon polish finish so ball has some shine. Used ur 1500 pad, left dull finish. Do I polish it with ur product to get closer to out of the box look and performance? I appreciate how you respond back to those of us leaving comments to get the most out of ur product
Check this out https://ctdbowling.com/blogs/news/an-understanding-of-polish-and-bowling-balls
Just stumbled across this. Is it best to sand in this direction? What does the other directions do?
watch that dust fly – that dust is super toxic. do not do it this way. proper sanding is done wet or with machine away from ur nose.
Lol no it’s not, and what makes you qualified to say it’s toxic? Do you even know what a bowling ball is made of?
@Ronald Hickland Jr plastic
@Ronald Hickland Jr at that grit level. all dust is toxic. and plastic should not be inhaled.