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    The Club I play at has just bought an electric ball cleaner , used it on my set of 1G's last night .

    What a difference , they look brand new .

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    do you know the brand of this magic ball cleaner?

    maybe a link to the product?

    thx

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    No idea on the brand , the ones that you see for sale on Ebay .

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    I would be concerned that the high friction involved would wear them down ahead of time. You could maybe weigh them and compare them to another set of

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    Made a DIY one, it definitely makes a big difference to the balls. Mine only does half set at a time but does the job fine, surprising the amount of d

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    Is washing them in soap water a good idea?

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    I know lots of people who use soapy water but that's a ball ache. I use heavily diluted white vinegar in a spray bottle. I find that good old fashione

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    Thank you!

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