There are approved cleaners for use on the bowling ball. While you are bowling, you are limited to specific cleaners that can be used as you may not alter the surface of a ball during league or tournament play.
Storm Reactive Bowling ball cleaner. However you can use a bucket full of hot water just as well. This will draw the oil out of your ball and should be done about every 15-20 games. The reactive bowling ball cleaner should be used after every time you are done bowling.
This would be an illegal technique. Your ball would be considered a soaker.
no! windex will pull the natural oil out of the ball eventually causing the surface to peel off. the only thing u need to use to clean a ball is powerwash and a microfiber towl from any proshop.
u use ur force to roll a bowling ball so u use ur hands to roll the ball
Don't do it. There are specific carburetor cleaners available at auto parts stores. Use one of them. One of the best FI cleaners is Seafoam.
Pros almost always use a 16 pound bowling ball. In rare cases, when a pro has an injury to their wrist or arm/shoulder, they will use a 15 pound ball.
they have to seperate the materials they use in order to clean
Yes.. And, even if not, do it when is no one is looking ;)
Use two hands when picking up the bowling ball from the return rack. Watch out for another ball being returned when picking up your ball.
No, the wool would absorb some of the energy, making the bowling ball less effective for its purpose.