Varying surfaces from the factory is all do to process variation. But should you change the surface of your bowling ball before you throw it?
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3 Comments on “Should You Sand The Surface Of Your Bowling Ball Before You Throw It? Process Variation in Bowling”
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I remember you mentioned this before. So now, I put my own polish (CTD polish) on it. Will start using the 5000Pd. In fact, you should do a video comparison between your pads and 4K finish that Storm has moved to now. I think the 5000Pd is the same.
From my experience there is a big difference between polish and the 5000D pad. I used a spinner so it was at 5k vs 4k. The ball comes seems a bit more continuous and yet still stronger off the back. I say just try it and compare yourself. That is the best way to know for sure.