Have not tried Reacta Shine.
Brunswick's High Gloss polish is a fairly abrasive polish but works well. Start with a lower grit than expected (maybe P1000 grit). This polish will smooth it out and shine the ball up quite well.
Motiv Gel Polish is a good polish as well. It is less abrasive than Brunswick, so you can start with a slightly higher grit level, maybe 1500 grit, and then apply it.
Most polishes like these can provide a several levels or grades of skid and hook, by applying a little polish at a time and then applying more and more pressure for longer and longer periods of time to get different amounts of length/skid and different amounts of backend. Start off with less polish, less hand pressure for smaller periods of times, progressing as needed to more polish, heavier hand pressure for longer times periods.