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DHS no.15 glue VS Nittaku Finezip

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I've had too many issues with the DHS glue going dry, either straight from the manufacturer, or after I've used some of it. This was a few years back, so things may have improved, but I don't have too much confidence in it anymore.
So if you're happy with the Nittaku and can get it at a good price, stick to it (no pun intendedBig smile).

Another good thick glue is the Donic Blue Contact, but that's not cheap either.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MLfan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/16/2015 at 10:03pm
I see. But Finezip also does that very well. 

Tbh, the only reason I ask is that I've always used Finezip, because a friend of mine who works at Nittaku can supply me with it, but after seeing Wang Hao use DHS, I'm wondering if the DHS glue is better :P
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I can't compare the two, so please admonish me if this is not the kind of information you're looking for, but DHS #15 is very strong and can hold domed chinese rubber very nicely. However, it's more difficult to take off the sponge, so I never use it with european rubbers, it takes chunks out of them when you take it off.
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These glues are two of the more famous thick glues out there. Can anybody do a comparison between the two? 
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