If your high-tech ball seems sluggish lately, shock it back to life with the energizing effects of this high-powered cleaner.
Its a good product it does clean but it does not get a deep clean and belt marks still shows a bit but does take most of the oil and dirt off... wish it deeps cleans all the bowling ball holes and surface for a dryer grip for the lane... but overall its a good product...
I'm cleaning by hand, but it took more effort than I expected to get really clean. Also, while I haven't used a liquid cleaner before and don't want to be unfair, I would like to think there is a different product available that works better.
Hammer recommends this cleaner and after using it on many balls I can see why. It really gets the ball clean with no residue. You can see and feel the difference in the cover. I am very happy with the product.
Can this product restore my bowling ball reaction12/7/2016 - By Ha me
Hello. This product revives natural tack to ball surface for ultimate lane-gripping power and removes lane oil, dirt, belt marks, even tape residue.12/7/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I see many different ball cleaners on the market all stating that they do the same job. So for example what makes this product any different than say Tac Up?9/17/2019 - By Richard
Each manufacturer has their own formula but they are all designed to do the same thing essentially. If you have a Columbia, Ebonite, or Track ball then Powerhouse is part of the same company so they test their cleaners directly on these brands and that may be a good option to go with. But this brand can work across any other brand and cleans any reactive bowling balls.9/25/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff