Dull finish 600 grit or less

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Dull finish (less than 600 grit): Surface of a bowling ball appearing without reflection (unpolished). In general, a dull bowling ball is one in which the pores are open and clean. Dull finishes tend to produce a smoother and earlier ball reaction and are best suited for fresh patterns, high volume patterns, and shorter patterns where a tame mid-lane roll is prefered.