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Abralon Sanding Pad 4000 Grit

Abralon Sanding Pad 4000 Grit

Do you need to sand your ball down to a different finish? If so this could be the perfect sanding pad for you. This is a 4000 Grit sanding pad. It can be used wet, or dry. It works great with Powerhouse Ball Resurface. This sanding pad will last 5 times longer than sand paper. If you are looking to use a 4000 Grit sanding pad on your ball then look at using this Abralon Sanding Pad 4000 Grit.

  • For a high luster with smooth texture
  • Cosmetically appealing, consistent scratch pattern provides excellent traction
  • Combines the benefits of abrasive cloth and non-woven products
  • Resists "caking"
  • Foam center holds large amounts of water for lubrication and cooling
  • Solid surface and foam backing provide even surface pressure
  • Last 5+ times longer than sandpaper
  • Use wet or dry (residual material can be removed by high pressure air)
  • Works great on our Powerhouse Ball Resurfacer
  • Product ID: 3908
  • Brand: Classic
  • Category: Bowling Accessories
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By from Farmington Hills Mi
3/5 Stars
Easy to use, Wet or dry
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

does a nice job when you need to change finish during play.

handy to have in your bowling bag.

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Question: why using pads

4/1/2016 - By

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Answer: Great question! Pads like this are used to sand the surface of the ball to adjust the reaction on the lane. You would use a higher grit to get the ball to go a little longer or a lower grit to get the ball to break earlier.

4/1/2016 - By

Question: which side go on the ball side?

9/2/2016 - By

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Answer: Hey Scott! The sand paper side goes on the ball.

9/8/2016 - By

Question: What's the difference between 400 grit and 200grir

3/9/2017 - By

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Answer: Hello Manny. The higher number of grit will give your ball more length down the lanes before breaking.

3/9/2017 - By

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