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    1. CtD makes 80, 120, and 220 grit pads along with the more common 500, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, and P5000D pads.

    2. Awesome good info concerning lane conditions and what you can do before or after to your bowling balls… 👍🏽😊👌🏽

    3. 120 grit on a prism solid? I have a prism solid. That cover is a sponge, he will grip early and often.

    1. @Ronald Hickland Jr reading the rules that the guy above you sent, it says it can’t be altered once scoring starts. That sounds like it’s okay to do before throwing your 1st competition scoring ball

    2. @izzem correct but you may not have thrown a ball for score but the guy 20 lanes over did. So you sanding on your ball then would be illegal. Hence the reason I worded it the way I did.

    3. @Ronald Hickland Jr Ok. Now see that’s a different way of looking at it. Thanks. I usually clean my ball when there’s 1 minute of practice left

  1. Hey Ronald, I bowl once a week in league, I’m a slower lefty. Currently rolling conspiracy theory. If my line isn’t working that night should I sand this ball or experiment on my older balls? I’m afraid I won’t get the service back to where it was out the box for normal nights.

  2. Hey Ron,

    I always enjoy soaking in your knowledge! I notice everyone in the video is sanding there balls like it’s the plague, what keeps them from doing this at home before they show up to the alley? And are they hitting the balls with ball cleaner after the sand job? The balls look cloudy but I’m guessing it’s just the way it looks after the sanding job. And lastly, what is next after this tournament. Is there a certain pad or polish that the ball needs to be hit with if heading to a different house after this tournament?

    1. They could have done it at home. Most waited until they were at the center to confirm that they needed it. Using a cleaner afterwards would be the best way to insure having a clean surface. Choosing the proper surface is a function of what you are Bowling on and how you throw it.

  3. Just ordered my travel kit of the ctd hopefully be in by sat with the 2 day shipping. Do u not clean them after sanding?

  4. Could you polish your bone during tournament play or is it the same thing with sanding that it’s only and after

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