Restoring Your Polished Bowling Ball Like a Pro BY HAND
If you’ve been bowling for a while, you know that there’s nothing quite like the feeling of having a clean and shiny bowling ball. But over time, wear and tear can take its toll on your prized possession. Fortunately, restoring your polished bowling ball is not only possible – it’s relatively easy to do. Let’s break down the process.
Gather Your Supplies
The most important part of restoring your polished bowling ball is gathering all the right supplies. You will need a 2000, 3000 and P5000D TruCut Sanding Pad, a CtD Power Pad or BAM Pad, bowling ball cleaner like Life After Death or That Wow Factor Ball Cleaner, and TruCut Hand Applied Polish Plus Powered by Turtle Wax. Please see our recommended kit here.
Add the Surface Base
Using your 2000 grit TruCut sanding pad, apply the 2000 grit sanding pad to your ball. Follow this with 3000 grit then P5000D. We recommend using TruCut Conditioner as well to make your sanding pads last longer! Take care not to use too much force as this could damage the sanding pad as well as the surface of the ball itself. Your goal here is to achieve a 4000 grit base so you are able to polish the ball.
Next, apply some polish directly onto a CtD Premium Polishing Pad and begin buffing it into the surface of your pearl bowling ball in slow circles until you can see a glossy shine beginning to emerge on the surface. Be sure to apply the polish to the entire surface of the bowling ball. Check out our new TruCut Hand Applied Polish Plus Power by Turtle Wax. Once you have completed polishing the bowling ball, simply clean off the excess polish with Life After Death or That Wow Factor Ball Cleaner and a CtD Power Pad or BAM Pad.
And there you have it! With just a few simple steps, you can easily restore that beloved polished bowling ball back to its former glory without ever having to leave home (or breaking the bank) – happy polishing!