Buddies Pro Shop Shammy Pad

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MSRP: $24.95
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Description

Buddies Pro Shop Shammy Pad

  • Ultimate oil removing pad
  • 8 1/2" X 7 1/2"
  • Leather on both sides
  • Restores that tacky feel to ensure a strong backend motion
  • Works on all types of bowling balls; you can feel the difference
  • Royal Blue with Buddies Pro Shop logo on the front
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16 Reviews

  • 5
    Shammy

    Posted by Vince Chimino on Sep 9th 2019

    Best shammy on the market

  • 5
    Great

    Posted by GILBERT ROMERO on Aug 6th 2019

    Compares to more expensive shammys

  • 5
    Shammy

    Posted by MC on Aug 6th 2019

    By far the finest shammy and the price is outstanding!!!

  • 5
    Shammy

    Posted by Anthony Passaretti on Jul 9th 2019

    Great for price

  • 5
    Shammy

    Posted by David J Bellanca on Jun 17th 2019

    Removed surface oil well kept my shot consistent all day.

  • 5
    Sham-Wow

    Posted by Matthew Leighty on May 2nd 2019

    Hey, it's a shammy. It shams. Good quality and has the logo of my favorite online bowling retailer!

  • 5
    shammy pad

    Posted by don place on Mar 28th 2019

    works great love it!

  • 4
    Buddies Shammy

    Posted by Jeff on Mar 25th 2019

    Good for the price. Not quite as firm as a Turbo Shammy which is three times more.

  • 4
    Buddies Pro Shop Shammy Pad

    Posted by Ed A on Feb 19th 2019

    I've bought seven (7) of these mostly for friends that can't believe how inexpensive they are. I'm still using my first one. Chris sells these for less than half the cost of the ones with the bowling ball manufacturer's name on them. The most noticeable difference between Buddy's and the more expensive shammies is the serging (stitching along the edge) is of higher quality on the more expensive ones. However my original is still holding together after 10 or more washings, Yes, when they get dirty, I just throw them in the washer with some microfiber towels, put it on gentle cycle, add a little detergent (no fabric softener) and let it go. When the washer is done, hang the shammy in front of a fan and let it air dry. Sometimes, if it's really stained, I'll spray it with Shout and let it soak for about 30 minutes before I wash it. After drying, it may be a little stiff, but that works out pretty quickly.

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