The Hammer Shammy Pad is the ultimate in removing oil from a bowling ball. The leather material on both sides restores the tackiness to the bowling ball that creates a strong backend motion. This pad can be used on all types of bowling balls so step up and get one!
Bought this to go with the new ball and I'll never use another shammy again. I watched other players use a shammy to wipe down there ball before each shot but for 7 years I stuck to my tired and true microfiber towel. After getting the shammy I compared how each cleaned the ball, shammy won hands down. I couldn't believe the difference. Like my other post, not sure if it's the shammy, compression sleeze, ball or combination but over the past 3 weeks my average has gone up 20 pins.
When do u expected these and the Hammer gloves in?9/1/2016 - By Fathertime
How do you clean2/22/2017 - By Fred
How do you use this pad3/21/2017 - By plumber
Hello! This shammy has two sides. We recommend using the leather material side for just wiping oil off of your ball and if you want using the other side for cleaning if you wish to use a cleaner or polish.3/21/2017 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What type of soap should be usedm5/10/2017 - By Fishin-fool
Hi is it safe to clean ur ball with shammy and ball cleaner?10/24/2018 - By Tiger
Best way to clean8/19/2019 - By Joe
There is actually a video that Master put out on Youtube for how to clean their leather shammy pad and it works the same for this product. Here is a link to this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irb4rfzy8lg8/20/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Which side is leather? Black or orange11/9/2019 - By Me