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    Posted: 07/24/2006 at 3:11pm

i am looking to break into the world of speed glue and was wondering because i have never used it before what was the best speed glue for someone looking for more spin and a little more speed

 and how to use it correctly ( application and what not) thanks for all your help and have a great day

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Start with stiga energy, you can't go wrong woth it.

 

1:Put 1/2 brush on the blade.

2:Than directly put 1 brush on the sponge of the rubber. Wait until the glue is "sticky" not wet, usually like 3-5 minuits.

3:Then put the blade together.

4: Leave the blade under a couple of books, or use a "clicky press" for atleast 10 minuits.

If you want moore effect just do number 2 one more time

 

Like this:

1:Put 1/2 brush on the blade.

2:Than directly put 1 brush on the sponge of the rubber. Wait until the glue is "sticky" not wet, usually like 3-5 minuits.

3: Put another brush of glue on the sponge, wait 3-5 minuits.

4: Put the blade together.

 

 

The glue on the blade is not for effect, its so the rubber sticks better to the blade.

A good idea is when you use the rubber the first time use a regular glue, like stiga victory. Put a thick layer of stiga victory on the rubber and leave it a couple of hours. If you don't have a regular glue you can use 2 thick layers of speed glue, but in that case i recommend you to put it on the rubber tha day before playing.

This procedure is done to get a "glue base" on the sponge, also to get the rubber and blade to stick together easier. This you only do the first time wuth a new rubber.

 

\Robin

 

Swedish male, playing since 1993.

Blade: Timo boll w5
forehand: Tenergy 25fx 2,1

Backhand: Energy absorber 1,6

glue: waterbased!!!!



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I liked Joola Rossi Plus. Its effect is adequate, and the glue is reasonably thin. I give it two thumbs up.
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I like tire patch glue
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