Columbia 300 CPR
CPR €14,95
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Bring your ball back to life with CPR!
The patented synthetic polymer formula acts like a microscopic sponge on reactive and particle balls.
It absorbs dirt and oil from the ball's millions of pores. When the CPR particles have done their job, your ball is new and fresh, with a revitalized hook.

 

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What is CPR?
CPR is a patented synthetic water-based polymer. It has been developed
to act like a microscopic sponge. A single CPR particle is
less than a three-thousandth of an inch in size and on its surface are
Millions of microscopic pores and fissures, the dirt and oil of one
absorb "dead" bowling ball.

If a single particle barely visible to the naked eye, all its crevices
would "unfold" this single particle of the surface of three soccer fields
correspond. This surface structure results in maximum "storage space" for
Oil and dirt that has soaked into a "dead" ball. After getting the oil
with the CPR particles, it leaves the ball in a "new and
fresh "condition.

Why is CPR the right choice to get your bowling ball back? To bring life to life?
The adsorption process starts with several phases. In the beginning, oil and
Move dirt on the CPR particles and just into the gaps between CPR particles
come. This can be considered as absorption at this point. That is the
Similar to sand in your garage to catch oil drip pipes. The oil does not penetrate
in the sand but stays stuck in the gaps between the sand particles. But here
The similarity ends as well. The next step is distributed by the chemical
Attraction of oil and dirt on the CPR particles themselves. They are put on the CPR
retired and left your bowling ball pores. This is the first stdium. And finally,
because of its massive number of cracks, crevices, nooks and crannies, the oil penetrates /
Dirt deep into the surface of each CPR particle to complete the final process of absorption
accomplish.

Below you can see the difference between a ball that plays about 150 games.
fourth, and the same bowling ball after the CPR process has been applied.

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Place the ball in the enclosed plastic bag.

2. Pour the complete contents of the CPR vial into the bag and seal with the enclosed cap.

3. Rotate the ball with CPR in the bag. Then rest the ball for about an hour.

4. Take the ball out of the bag and use a towel to remove excess CPR powder from the ball.

 

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