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  • Cleaning Twister Pins

    Good Morning Everyone. Our small center has been testing Twister pins to help extend the time between pin purchases as we have a unique setup being a free to bowl center for our Senior Living Community. We have run into a problem trying to clean them in our kegel pin shine machine that unless they are seated perfectly the tines that would grip the wood on our current 3yr old AMFlites wear a groove on the bottom of the Twisters, similar to a lathe. To those who have and use Twisters: How do you clean them and what cleaning agent do you use?
    Thanks for any advice you may have.

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    By hand....bucket of diluted degreaser and a rag should do the trick for you.

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