Bowling Science Episode 14: Sanding Textured Pearls for LONG OIL!

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In Episode 13, we looked at the effect of sanding your bowling ball with Scotch Brite pads on a short sport pattern. Today we take a look at using surface on a longer PBA oil pattern, the Scorpion. Sanding textured pearl coverstocks like that of the Radical Results and Conspiracy Theory, can yield twice as much change in performance compare to conventional resins.

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