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Old 02-26-2009, 10:47 AM
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These things are very important - if you dont use one get one!

I had seen a few serious bowlers wearing booties over their shoes every time they would come off the wood they would put them on...

I thought that was a great idea, but I am too lazy to put those on off on off on off - I now use the brush to clean my shoes.

Its a must have accessory.
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I've never used one, now my shoes don't slide like they used to but their old. I've had them a long time. I plan to get new ones along with a new ball and bag. I'll get a brush, they can't cost that much anyway.
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what brush do you use kingpin
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Standard bowling shoe brush - nothing special about it. Figure it cost no more than $5 or so ...
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