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#200057 - 09/17/19 11:06 AM Resurface is always a thrilling topic
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I have a pretty full complement of pads for resurfacing, but ran out of my Siaair pads. So I used the CTD pads I ordered, and used the method Ron Hickland showed in his video to get 1500 grit polished surface for the Storm ball. His Jayhawk shows that actual surface grip OOB is actually 5000 or a little higher.

So I did the CTD 3-pad method, starting with 1500, then 3000, then 5000d pad. The ball looked pretty good, but definitely not the same as when using the Storm method, which adds Step 2 polish to the final step. The ball itself rolled well enough, but definitely not the same on the backend. Definitely felt like it had more surface on it. I feel the Storm method is better for me, more controllable and predictable. I was hoping for a simpler method, cheaper with fewer steps.

Haven't tried his Turtle Was polish product yet, the CTD prices are a turnoff. But I will note I do like the CTD pads better when simply using by hand for a quick change.
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Resurface is always a thrilling topic SteveH 09/17/19 11:06 AM
Re: Resurface is always a thrilling topic BOSStull 09/22/19 10:16 AM
Re: Resurface is always a thrilling topic 6_ball_man 09/29/19 11:35 AM
Re: Resurface is always a thrilling topic BOSStull 10/04/19 06:17 PM
Re: Resurface is always a thrilling topic Dennis Michael 10/01/19 06:36 PM
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