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    Posted: 01/08/2010 at 9:01pm
What is in Kinetix Rubber Revitalizer that makes it work so good? What is chemicals that make it work it's magic?
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kenetix have the same oil as what they spray on right before they pacakge them, it preserve the quality of the rubber, so its the ideal cleaner and preservative, most cleaner are jsut alcohol and detergent, which makes the rubber brittle, and fades,,
 
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So what is that oil? Does it have a name?
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What is the makeup of this special spray? I would like to know what is in it. How can one go about finding the ingredients they use in this product? 
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same question.

also which one is better for tacky rubbers, kenetix or spinmax ?
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why doesn't anybody know what is in this product?
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they best way to find out the content of the product is to get one and have a chemist disect it for ya, then you'll know exactly what in it
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Yes you are very true! That is way to hard though. Isn't there a web site where they have to list the ingredients? 
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If they gave out all the ingredients then how might they charge $13 for something that probably costs $2.Big%20smile. You can ask the company that makes it to provide you with a MSDS sheet, but thats probably all you'll get from them.

Anyway the Kinetix works great on Euro/Jap rubbers to bring back the grippiness (I use it about once a week). Didn't seem to do much for Chinese rubbers. I think Spinmax (VOC type) is better for Chinese rubber tack. What kinda rubber are you using?
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I am using Bryce original would it work on that?

Also no one has every told me this What type of rubber is Bryce? IS it a EURO/JAP rubber or Chinese? Bryce is not tacky at all! 
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Byrce is a grippy Japan rubber from Butterfly. Your Butterfly sponsored coach surely would have informed you. Wink
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Ha Ha! Thank you! But why are Japan rubbers not tacky? Are Euro rubbers ever tacky? 
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Bryce was never great a producing spin, more speed (not like Sriver G3 or Tenergy), but it should work fine. Surprised that anyone uses the old Bryce after the Speed Glue Ban (unless you are juicing up).
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No idea. Different materials mixed with rubber i suppose.
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What!!!!!!! Bryce original is not good for spin unless you juice???? Suck!!!! I am going to have to talk to Francisco about this! Sriver G3 creates more spin? Why is this? What about solucion or cermet more spin then Bryce? I do not juice!
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No one places with tacky Chinese rubbers at my club!

Why would a person play Tacky Chinese rubbers instead of Japanese rubbers like butterfly as opposed to DHS?
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Spin potential with good Chinese rubbers (like H3, 999) is limitless if you have the right technique. I just switched over from Palio Macro Era (Tensor)/Tenergy 64 to the Neo H3 and as each session goes on my game seems get a new dimension. On the right stroke the spin is just amazing. But, you cant play a passive game and also the mid-long distance game lacks a bit in speed.
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Bryce without glue is a waste of money. There are rubbers half the price that outperform it.
 
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Originally posted by cntcasey cntcasey wrote:

No one places with tacky Chinese rubbers at my club!

Why would a person play Tacky Chinese rubbers instead of Japanese rubbers like butterfly as opposed to DHS?



For both your Bty rubbers....I can get like 5-7 sheets of nice Chinese rubbers!



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Okay! So if Bryce sucks so bad what rubbers are better?
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try to read some reviews and compare, globe999 are very good rubbers, haifu bw2, hurricane, those are very good rubbers, for jap rubber, try using yasaka mark v, youll be pretty safe there...
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Where do you buy globe?
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Bryce with no glue is USELESS. It needs to be stickied on every forum.

Try getting a Tensor of some sort. Maybe Andro Plasma, or Donic F2/F3.
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I have it, use it randomly, haven't been using it long enough to see a noticeable effects, but they aren't degrading. It's non-toxic and non-flammable...
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bump,,,, any one else use kenetix and have any opinion?
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