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DHS no.15 glue VS Nittaku Finezip

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NITAKKU fine zip it's the best!!
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How does Revolution compare to those two? It’s all I’ve experienced. 
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I switched to Revolution from the FineZip. The bond is not as strong but strong enough.  I apply several layers... like 2 on the blade and 3-4 on the rubber. It is a thin glue. The end result is very good. The bounce is lovely and the removal is super easy, comes off in one piece, like advertised/shown in videos on youtube. 
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Originally posted by notfound123 notfound123 wrote:

I switched to Revolution from the FineZip. The bond is not as strong but strong enough.  I apply several layers... like 2 on the blade and 3-4 on the rubber. It is a thin glue. The end result is very good. The bounce is lovely and the removal is super easy, comes off in one piece, like advertised/shown in videos on youtube. 
I haven’t used finezip yet, but dhs no. 15 seems to offer more elastic bonding than evolution no. 3. DHS no . 15 is the only glue that I used  increases the rubber elasticity so far. 
Does finezip also increase the elasticity and have bonding as strong as dhs no. 15?
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