, (PressExposure) June 20, 2007 -- Zapp It Bowling Products takes it's first product to the International Bowl Expo 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The development of Zapp It Bowling Ball Cleaner is the first step to providing quality products that actually work. This bowling ball cleaner has been tested and approved by the United States Bowling Congress as acceptable for use during USBC sanctioned competition. In their letter of approval to Zapp It Bowling Products, they state that even prolonged application of this product will not harm the surface of a bowling ball.
There are many bowling ball cleaners on the market today. Many of these products only give the appearance of cleaning. While they appear to be removing black substance from your bowling ball, what you are really seeing is oxidation from the chemicals in the product being exposed to the air. Some of these cleaners leave microscopic cracks on the surface of the ball not visible to the naked eye. By using these cleaners, the replacement of a bowling ball is necessary much sooner than it should be.
Zapp It Bowling Ball Cleaner was developed by a professional bowler who has been in the competitive arena for eighteen years. It was important to him to produce a quality bowling ball cleaner that would extract oil build-up without leaving a harmful effect on either the equipment or the environment. Zapp It Bowling Ball Cleaner is 100% biodegradable, contains no hazardous material, and is environmentally safe. The fine mist spray concentrates the oil on the bowling ball into small beads which are, then, easily wiped away. The result is a perfectly clean bowling ball that performs a truer roll down the lane.
"We have given out many samples of this product," says Woody Woodcock, President and Founder of Zapp It Bowling Products. "So far, everyone has loved the product. We're very pleased with the response. It has taken over a year to perfect this formula and we are proud of the result!" Years ago, while taking lessons to become a professional bowler, one coach stressed the importance of keeping equipment clean and maintained. That lesson led to the development of Zapp It Bowling Ball Cleaner and future products on the horizon.
"I would recommend this product to anyone," says Linda Woodcock, co-founder of Zapp It Bowling Products. "My husband left his equipment in the truck by accident. When he brought his equipment into the house, his bowling ball was absolutely dripping with oil. He sprayed the surface with the ball cleaner, left it on for a few seconds, wiped it off, and it looked like he had just brought it back from the Pro Shop. His bowling ball was completely clean. I was simply amazed!"