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 Post subject: Power Gel
PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:46 am 

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Has anyone used the Power Gel Clean, Scruff, or polish.. What were your thoughts.. Any performance changes?

I just purchased the Clean and was expecting more of a gel than liquid. I shook vigorously for 5 10 min.. Still looked watered down.

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 Post subject: Re: Power Gel
PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2012 12:33 pm 

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I have used both the Clean and the Scuff.

I use the Clean when I want clean with no surface change.
I use the Scuff when I want clean with a surface change to a matte finish.

Both products are great.

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 Post subject: Re: Power Gel
PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 11:58 pm 

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I have all 3 products and I can tell you my opinion with each one:

Clean- It definitely does clean the ball very well and can remove almost any that's on the ball with little effort. I use the Clean mainly on my pearls and hybrid balls but once in a while I might clean a solid ball with it. And it doesn't change the reaction of the ball. Sometimes, I'll use Tac-Up or Remedy RX after I use the Clean to give it that extra tacky feel.

Polish- Not very fond of the polish at all. Very hard to get a good polish with it by hand, can be very messy at times leaving a powdery residue on my equipment. If you have a ball spinner it will most likely work better with that.

Scuff- I as at first skeptical about this but once I tried it it works great! I prefer using the Scuff on my solid balls because it does make the ball dull, making is very useful for heavier volume. As far as reaction, if you apply it to the ball enough, it does make it slightly different (earlier) but it's better to sand the ball too so you can get the full effect.

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