Q – What is the best way to get oil out of a reactive resin ball? I have heard placing the ball in a oven, to a warm water bath with dawn, or placing ball outside in warm weather?
A – We do not suggest any of the methods you mentioned. Ball manufacturers do not endorse those methods either and they all can lead to damage to your ball.
We suggest using an oil free or microfiber towel during bowling and using an approved bowling ball cleaner after each time you bowl. What you want to do is use the towel to remove the oil that is not absorbed into the cover and then use an oil remover/cleaner afterwards to help draw out the oil that was absorbed.
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Today we will show you how to use a microfiber or oil free towel and also how to apply ball cleaner to your ball.
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Answer to last weeks question:
Q – How much pressure impacts the lane when a 16 lb ball meets the surface of the lane?
A – 1800 pounds per square inch
Congrats to kingpin for answering correctly
This weeks question:
Q – When King Henry VIII outlawed bowling, he gave three reasons, what were they?