Materials and Tools Required:
- *180 Grit 3M Black Sanding Disk for Rotary Sander
- *320 Grit 3M Black Sanding Disk for Rotary Sander
- Rotary Buffing Machine
- Rotary Buffing Machine Sanding Pad
* One sheet per pair
Area to be Polished
The entire lane is polished unless the pine is the early configuration, non-laminate printed pine. At centers having printed pine, only the maple laminate is polished.
At centers having maple and pine laminate, the lane is divided into three sections. The first section is maple, the second section is 1-1/2" pine panels in the center of the lane, and the third section is the remaining pine laminate.
1. Clean lane with a lane duster starting at the foul line with a clean surface. Ratchet duster at pin deck and pull back to foul line.
2. Clean entire lane. A vacuum lane stripper is recommended for this procedure.
NOTE: Using a combination machine make sure it is on stripping only.
Polishing Pattern & Procedure
Use a crossing pattern in the first 8 feet of the first section as shown in figure 3 until you hear the noise from the screen begins to dissipate. From there going with the lane at a slow but steady pace, polish the out side right through the section and return back towards the foul line in the left track area. Proceed down the outside left and return up the right-hand track area as shown in figure 2. Continue back down the middle of the section to the next section and use the same pattern there. After completing all sections polish straight back to the foul line through the middle of the lane. At this point flip the screen over and use that side for the next lane. After completing the procedure with the 180 grit repeat using 320 grit disk.
1. Clean entire lane with a duster.
2. Strip entire lane with a vacuum stripper.
3. Condition lane.
NOTE: The screens should be "burned "before using. This can be done by quickly running both sides of each screen against a concrete area to take the edge off the screen. When starting the buffer it is a good practice to pull the buffer across the lane. This avoids scratching the surface during start up.
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