Basic Bowling Accessories You Need to Have (part 2)

In addition to the items listed in Part 1, other items in this part 2 should also be in your bowling bag for timely use when needed.

4. Bowling tape

The bowling tape here is a special type used to stick a thumb hole or into your hand when bowling. 2 types:

Thumb duct tape:

A thumbstick tape is used to make the hole fit better or to help you stick a hole more firmly. There are 2 types of thumb hole tape that are black slippery tape (help you slip easily out of the hole) and white hiss tape helps you stick more firmly.

Sometimes your fingers expand, especially if you have a finger bottle, your thumb will become wider, making it harder for you to stick to the ball. A small piece of duct tape attached to the thumb hole is a fast and effective solution. This tape is made into pre-cut pieces, wrapped into rolls, you just need to tear it out and use it immediately.

Finger tape

Finger tape is used to stick to the finger for the purpose of tightening the thumb hole, while protecting the finger from being bottled by friction into the thumb hole at the exit of the thumb. This tape is made into long rolls for you to cut out pieces with arbitrary length.

5. Pull sharp

If you have used duct tape then it is difficult to not carry the scissors. The scissors are used to cut the tape and it also accidentally becomes a tool that helps you stick the tape to the thumb hole more easily.

6. 502 glue

You will say that glue 502 has nothing to do with it if you have not had a finger after a long time using peeled and accidentally dropped it. This is an extremely unpredictable case. But if it happens that you don’t have the 502 glue to fix it right away, you can say goodbye to your tournament that evening

7. Ball wash water

Ball wash water is the accessory you need to take regularly with you to clean the ball after hitting it. In some cases, the use of ball wash water to clean balls during competition also has a significant effect, helping the surface of the ball shell to be removed from the dirt and quickly returning to its inherent “curve”.

8. Medical tape

Like every other sport, you can always be injured while practicing and bowling. What would you do if your fingers accidentally peeled off, bleed? No one will help you at that time faster and more effectively than you. So, have a box of medical tape in your bowling bag handy for your own safety and health.

All the above accessories are nothing bulky. It will fit nicely in a baby bag like this for you to put in your bowling ball bag. Be professional from the way you prepare for your own game.

Basic Bowling Accessories You Need to Have (part 1)

Although it is a semi-professional bowler, to practice and play bowling in the most effective way, you need to have a full range of essential accessories. The following article will help you understand why you need these accessories in your bowling ball bag.

1. Ball cleaning towel

Special ball washers are needed. Because, the usual towels to wipe the face you use, cannot effectively absorb oil on balls. If your ball is very oily, then you can slip off when sticking the ball, 2 will accidentally slip into your thumb or finger, it will be a bad one for the decision frame! Special bowling ball wipes with 80% polyester and 20% poliamide material.

2. Shoe baseball brush

It sounds irrelevant but in fact it will be the savior for your slide. Bowling shoes with sliding soles are very important. If you get dirty or dust, the sole will not work. You need a hard bristle brush to clean off the dirt on the sliding nose. It is also a tool for you to clean your own shoes.

More importantly, brushing on the slip soles will help you adjust the slider’s range more or less. Imagine, when you encounter a bowling floor with a squeaky or slippery floor, what should you do to adjust the slip of the shoe sole without a brush? Sometimes, that tiny brush will become the end of your competition day.

3. Chalk baby

The baby is used when your fingers, hands or thumbs have more than water or sweat. Baby chalk will dry quickly and absorb moisture. There will be a day when the humidity in the bowling alley is too high, you will have this difficulty. Hand sweat and moisture in the thumb will make you slip when swinging. You certainly won’t want to see that scene.