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bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: bowlingball.com reviews by Dustin S 11/09/2009 16:33 ( stars)
51 of 53 people found this review helpful.
When you first get a brand new ball drilled up, you're always amazed at the reaction. You clean your ball every time you finish bowling, but somewhere along the line it starts to lose a little bit of the luster, of the punch it used to have. Well why is that? Over time your ball will get tiny scratches and dings in the coverstock that, even if you can't really notice them, will affect the performance of your ball. After rolling so many games oil will enter the surface of the ball and the coverstock will lose some of it's bite. In order to bring it back you need a fresh layer of coverstock, and the only way to do that is by resurfacing. When you resurface you remove that oil soaked top layer of surface and restore the covers rigidity which will revive the reaction of the ball. So if your ball has lost some of its reaction don't be afraid to resurface!
bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: MrBowlIt 05/06/2012 09:18 ( stars)
147 of 148 people found this review helpful.
The resurfacing brought the ball back to life and saved a $200 ball that I was going to trash, AND was told to by my pro shop. The pro shop refused to resurface it because they said it was a waste of money. I almost believed them. I found the bowlingball.com service available and gave it a shot. I was most pleased with the price, turnaround and quality of the overall experience. Bowlingball.com now drills all of my stuff. They do a great job.
Also found out that they have technicians on staff that will answer any question you have without having to wait for the pro shop to open or come back in "15 minutes"
HIGHLY Recommend. Very pleased.
bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: jayp91734 03/01/2010 22:28 ( stars)
51 of 52 people found this review helpful.
the ball looked great but for some reason it was just flat.. no matter how much i tried it just never grabbed the lane and broke.. but i decided to throw it in a ball polisher and now its amazing.. its like its right out of the box. i would definitely use this service again..
bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: JandenH85 08/13/2013 16:51 ( stars)
44 of 44 people found this review helpful.
I was looking for a way to save some money and not have to purchase a new bowling ball. My local shop charges $25 and is hardly open plus I am not sure that he knows how to bring it back to factory.
Bought the bowlingball.com resurfacing deal and had the call tag right away. UPS got the ball and bowlingball.com resurfaced it and had it back to me in 4 days, 3 days less than what my pro shop wanted.
The ball feels and reacts like the day I bought it. Saved quite a bit of money and the service was top notch.
Highly recommend. 100% satisfaction.
bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: the_reg_1 01/19/2010 09:20 ( stars)
44 of 45 people found this review helpful.
As always bowlingball.com did a GREAT job.
With the price including shipping both ways, local pro-shops can\'t beat the price and quality. The total turn-around time was about two weeks.
You can't beet that.
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bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: Amandus 07/13/2014 09:40 ( stars)
I probably need to do this once a year with my Wrecker and Scout. The service they offer here is an exceptional value, and the turnaround time is as fast as it gets. I highly recommend the service.
bowlingball.com Bowling Ball Resurfacing Reviewed By: MrDirector232 09/01/2009 16:17 ( stars)
243 of 244 people found this review helpful.
I've had my ball for nearly a year now and I noticed the reaction was lacking towards the back end. I clean my ball after every night of league, but that doesn't remove the dings and scratches that normal bowling puts on a ball. My pro shop charges $40 for a resurfacing, so I figured I would give this service a try.
I was amazed at how easy it was! They sent a pre-paid call tag to my email, I printed it out and sent my ball to them. A few days later, I received my ball back looking like new! I still don't know how they can offer the price they do, it seems low for the amount of service they provide.
All in all, I highly recommend this feature if you're looking to get your ball back to new condition.