Abrasive: Used for wearing away a surface by rubbing. Examples are powdered pumice, rottenstone, sandpaper, sandpaper, steel wool.
Abrasive Wheels: Wheels of a hard abrasive, such as Carborundum used for grinding.
Honing: The process of finishing ground surfaces to a high degree of accuracy and smoothness with abrasive blocks applied to the surface under a light controlled pressure and with a combination of r . . . View Full Definition
Dressing: The lane conditioner; the act of applying lane conditioner.
Emery: A natural abrasive used for grinding or polishing. It is being largely replaced by artificial abrasives.
Striations: Grooves or ridge marks seen under the skin, the ultimate degree of muscle definition.
Oilstones: Molded abrasives in various shapes used to hand-sharpen cutting tools.
Lap: To lay or place one coat so its edge extends over and covers the edge of a previous coat, causing an increased film thickness.
Sanding A Ball: The process of applying an abrasive to alter the surface of the ball, the goal to make the ball grab the lanes sooner and hook both earlier and more. To be legal, the entire surface of the b . . . View Full Definition
Glycolic Acid: Also known as hydroxyacetic acid, substance with exfoliating properties, used in cosmetic abrasive procedures for dead skin removal and rejuvenation in concentrations of 20%-80% or in at-hom . . . View Full Definition