Over the years there have been many attempts and gimmicks to try and "rejuvenate" your ball. From the ill-advised baking method, to kitty litter, to using common dish soap in a bath. The problem with these methods is that while they may be successful at extracting some of the bad stuff, they also extract and remove the "good oils" in your ball. Mainly the plasticizers.
To remedy this, we have developed Evolution Refresh™ ball wash concentrate. Our approach was to use many of the same ingredients used in today's lane cleaners. Products that are specifically designed to clean and emulsify dirt and lane oils! The result is a safe, new way to extract and wash away all the deep down dirt and oil, while not harming your ball's coverstock material. If your ball has experienced a loss in performance over time, then maybe it's time to Refresh™!
Removes Deep Build-Up
Gets deep in to the pores to extract and emulsify the deep down build up of dirt and oil that accumulates over time.
Extends Ball Life
It flushes out the harmful contaminants without removing the essential ingredients of modern coverstock materials.
We based Refresh™ on our concentrated lane cleaner formulas, so a little goes a long way! Only 2 oz per gallon of water.
Easy to Use
Refresh is a drop in the bucket. Use it in place of soap during a traditional "bath method" of cleaning.
Cleaning your bowling balls with a designated spray cleaner is the recommended way of maintaining your equipment on a daily basis. Unfortunately, the formulation and construction of today's performance coverstocks leave bowling balls susceptible to accumulating deep down dirt and oils. The porous surfaces of all bowling balls are open and vulnerable to contaminants finding their way in. There is just no way around it. Spray cleaners are great at cleaning the "shallow" surface (1/8" - 1/4"). But over time, you'll need to extract the deep down build-up from your ball for maximum performance.
It is recommended to Refresh™ the performance of your ball every 50 games, or approximately half a season if bowling one league. This can vary according to your needs and bowling environment. Only you can best judge if your equipment has a noticeable loss of performance. Some factors to consider are how often and how many games you bowl (ie; more than one league, tournaments, practice sessions, etc.), the volume of oil you encounter, and the fact that some bowling centers just aren't as clean as others.
Mix 2 oz. of concentrate per 1 gallon of hot water in a large bucket, then submerge the ball to be cleaned for 20-25 minutes to extract all of the deep down dirt and oils from the pores. The dirt and grime will simply float to the surface of the water as its extracted. For best results, please make sure to follow all directions on the label.
|Size + Type
|4 oz (118 mL)
|8 oz (237 mL)
|32 oz (946 mL)