How To Properly Clean And Maintain A Bowling Ball

Cleaning your bowling ball is absolutely necessary. Reactive balls absorb oil, and a ball saturated with oil won’t get enough friction to hook.

When a ball becomes completely saturated, you will need to bake and resurface the ball which can be a very timely and sometimes expensive process. There are ways to bake your ball at home, but having your local pro shop do it is the safest, most common way. To save money and time, you should bake your ball infrequently, and only when necessary.

Clean your bowling ball every time you bowl, and it will need a bake much less often.

There are a bunch of cleaning solutions on the market designed specifically for bowling balls, but it’s cheapest and easiest to just make your own. I will teach you how to properly clean your ball using only common household supplies.

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Which Bowling Grip Is Best?

Which grip should I use? Is there a best grip for bowling strikes?

This is a controversial topic, to say the least. Every grip has its own pros and cons. While each person may have a grip that suits their style, there honestly isn’t a clear “best” grip. Before Belmo came around, one-handed, thumb-in, grip was standard and was definitely considered the best. Since then

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