The most precious bowling ball apart from the ball core is the ball shell. Bowling ball is made by world-famous bowling manufacturers with advanced technology to increase battery breaking power, increase friction to create the big hook and help ball hook early or late. The bowling ball case also has the ability to absorb oil to help the ball surface keep the hiss and friction (the prerequisite for ball rolling or also called hook). Just like a motorcycle, to ensure that these functions work best you must pay attention to the care and maintenance of the ball. How?
On the lane, in addition to oil, there are many other deposits that also cling to the surface of the ball. If you do not clean the ball after hitting it, this layer of debris will close the thick layer on the ball, reducing the ability to effectively interact between the ball and the lane and the battery.
Steam the oil out of the shell
After a period of use, the oil has soaked into the ball cover quite a lot, causing the ball to saturate the ability to absorb oil. You will feel less hook because of the slippery surface. Just putting the ball in the ball bag is the ball that shows signs of oiling on the surface. Or you just need to place your hand on the ball surface for a few seconds as the ball has dropped from the heat from your hand. That’s when you have to steam the oil out of the ball. How?
Sanding back the surface of the ball
After a period of use, when you feel your ball is less hooked, you can also go to the proshop to sanding the shell surface to help the ball increase friction on the surface, and increase the grip of the ball with the floor. This is a move that increases the friction coefficient between the ball cover and the floor surface.