Gluing

Donic Blue Contact Glue Review

A comprehensive review of the new Donic Blue Contact Glue, a glue specifically designed for popular ‘large pore’ rubbers, which can be hard to glue down. This review covers the ease of use, things to watch out for, and some tips. Large Pore Sponges I glue a lot of bats […]

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Posted by admin - August 13, 2015 at 11:48 am

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Tip for gluing OX table tennis rubbers

If you’ve ever glued a pimple rubber without sponge to your blade, you’d probably know how easy it comes off in the place where you finger rests on the rubber, which is very annoying! Here’s a real handy tip for avoiding this. Full credit of this tip goes to Elvis56 […]

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Posted by admin - February 17, 2014 at 6:39 am

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Gluing a long pimple rubber without sponge – a novel new way!

This article described a new and easier way to glue long pimple table tennis rubbers without sponge (OX) onto you blade, producing a really neat finish! Unless a rubber comes with a glue sheet already attached, gluing a long pimple without sponge can be very tricky, especially when it’s very […]

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Posted by admin - November 3, 2013 at 9:28 am

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Table Tennis Boosters and Tuners – 5 Great applications!

Table Tennis Boosters and Tuners – Are they useful for you? Many people think of table tennis boosters as simply the replacement of the old speed glue, and something that is only useful for the top players that need extra speed. Although there is certainly some truth in this, advances […]

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Posted by admin - July 13, 2012 at 11:40 am

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Table Tennis Glues – tips & pitfall for water based gluing

Table Tennis Glues – tips & pitfall for water based gluing Although water based glued are much safer, they are nowhere near as easy to use as the old VOC-based glues. I have tried many of the glues on the market, and most suffer from one or more of these […]

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Posted by admin - June 10, 2012 at 1:51 am

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Wearing in Chinese Table Tennis rubbers – Priming

A lot (not all) Chinese rubbers are quite stiff and firm when new, and will loosen up over time, making them feel softer and more lively, and easier and more spinny to play with. For some rubber this happen after a session or so, but for others it can take […]

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Posted by admin - April 27, 2012 at 5:04 am

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Rubber Cement and making your own VOC-based glue

Making your own Table Tennis Glue   VOC based glues and the ITTF Ban: Since the ban of all VOC based table tennis glues by the ITTF, most manufacturers have stopped producing them. The ban was really focussed on VOC based “Speed Glue” (that most top players use), as these […]

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Posted by admin - April 27, 2012 at 4:03 am

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Falco Life Expander Reviews

Falco Life Expander Review   “Does your rubber go dead after 2 month or even less?? FALCO LIFE EXPANDER is the solution! Feeds – Protects – prolongs – unglues It feeds your rubber, keeps the rubber elastic longer. Prolong the life of speed glue integrated rubber by 3 fold. Reduce […]

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Posted by admin - February 19, 2012 at 6:16 am

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