I’ve been playing with my balls for a long time. Ever since I was a kid. I’ve got a pretty nice set.
After you’ve been playing with your balls for a while, it’s important to clean them, otherwise they tend to get a little sticky. They don’t move well or bounce right at all. Let’s face it, it’s just not as fun playing with them when they’re all dirty and gummed up. Nobody else wants to play with them either.
I take a very light chamois, moist with cool water, and lightly rub it over the entire surface of the ball. It doesn’t give them that deep clean, but it gets off the the surface dust and such. Afterwards you’ll find that they’re more sticky then ever, so it’s important to move onto the next stage right away.
Get the windex out and scrub those balls. Nothing says professionalism like having your balls clean enough to lick.
Once they feel totally clean, I give them the once over with Pledge. The slight waxiness, and lemon odor gives your balls a crisp hard feel, and adds to the attractiveness of your rack.
Now you’re ready to grab your stick and play!