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    Looking for the best way to clean house balls that's not gonna brake the bank. Any ideas would be great.
    thanks

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      Lane cleaner and a light scourer. You can polish it afterwards if you want.
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        I go with a combination of what's already been mentioned. Get a RubberMaid tub, put it on a flat dolly to move it around, put some water/diluted lane cleaner and dip them. Wipe dry with towels. Using the cart makes it easier to move around to where the balls are versus moving the balls to one location. Quick wipe of the rag on the ball racks while in the area takes care of another chore.

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