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 Post subject: Re: Mo Pinel’s Skip-a-Grit
 Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:40 pm Post Number: #21 Post
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What's very interesting to me is the short amount of time on each side of the ball. Everything I've read in the past says the initial grit should be 30 seconds a side. Michael was doing nowhere near that long. Maybe 30 seconds is too long.

Also, is it possible to have the pad too wet? When I do a ball, I hold the pad under the spigot and get it totally soaked. I'll squeeze out just a bit so I don't have a mess, and start sanding. Is this wrong?

I think I'll go ahead and try this method tomorrow and see what my ball reaction is like.


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 Post subject: Re: Mo Pinel’s Skip-a-Grit
 Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:57 pm Post Number: #22 Post
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pjape wrote:

What's very interesting to me is the short amount of time on each side of the ball. Everything I've read in the past says the initial grit should be 30 seconds a side. Michael was doing nowhere near that long. Maybe 30 seconds is too long.

Also, is it possible to have the pad too wet? When I do a ball, I hold the pad under the spigot and get it totally soaked. I'll squeeze out just a bit so I don't have a mess, and start sanding. Is this wrong?

I think I'll go ahead and try this method tomorrow and see what my ball reaction is like.


I don't think there is a wrong way to resurface as long as you can replicate your method. I have seen bowlers use dry pads and pads soaked enough to spray water all over the place. There is a difference, but whatever method you use to make the proper adjustments for what you need, that is the correct method.


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