Lawn bowls refers to somewhat of an outdoor bowling sport, where instead of using a bowling alley, you play the sport outdoors on a flat, grassy area that works as your outdoor bowling lane. The bowls themselves are similar to that of a bowling ball, but are smaller and shape and designed a bit differently to coincide with the surface they will be rolling across. Just with any other piece of sports equipment, the lawn bowls need to be cleaned regularly.
- Skill level:
Things you need
- Mild soap
- Cleaning rags
- Polishing cloths
- Lawn bowl polish
Fill the sink with 2 quarts hot water and 1 tbsp dish soap.
Dip a rag into the soapy water, wring it out and wipe it over the lawn bowl.
Dry the bowl with a soft polishing cloth.
Spray or drizzle a light mist of lawn bowl polish onto a polishing cloth, and wipe into the lawn bowl. Rub the polish in well so no greasy residue is left behind.
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