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hello creative guys, I need help. I want my old ugly looking aramith billiard balls to look like new. How do you do that? any creative suggestions?

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Goodhart (author)2008-01-13

If the discoloration is within the resin (internal) it would be next to impossible to fix this.

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ledzep567 (author)2008-01-13

i wouldnt do anything that adds/subtracts from the surface. mighnt screw it up lol i dont know what to tell you

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KentsOkay (author)2008-01-13

Maybe polish them with a bowling ball polisher?

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chaoscampbell (author)2008-01-13

I know nothing about billiard balls other then how to get em in the pocket. But in considering it I would assume they are painted and shelaqued or clear coated or something. Couldn't you take a fine sandpaper and sand them well.....then re-clear coat them? I would guess making sure they are done with no lumps or bubbles... so you'd want to dip them somehow rather then paint it on.

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