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    Posted: 08/11/2018 at 3:38am
Is any easy way to remove water glue from blade?
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u can use this item
http://www.tabletennis11.com/other_eng/tt-neottec-glue-remover-sponge
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Put on more until it becomes thick enough to peel? I'm not a big wbg guy.
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Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

Is any easy way to remove water glue from blade?

Apply a thin layer of oil base glue, then rub it by a piece of rubber (preferable H3 hard sponge).
Next time, apply a thin coat of sealant on blade if you are not super sensitive in feeling. If you are, then use a layer of speed glue (Haifu Dolphin) on blade, then apply wbg on sponge.


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Originally posted by cole_ely cole_ely wrote:

Put on more until it becomes thick enough to peel? I'm not a big wbg guy.
Me too, i am not a fan of wbg.
Oil base glue is the best.
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Originally posted by melaal melaal wrote:

u can use this item
http://www.tabletennis11.com/other_eng/tt-neottec-glue-remover-sponge
yes, from the blade this is the easiest. it is like a big hard eraser.   for the sponge it is not so helpful
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A method I liked was to rub an eraser (for pencils) on the glued surface. It may require a bit of effort and the eraser will run out quickly but it was better than wrecking my thumbs lol.
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Originally posted by cole_ely cole_ely wrote:

Put on more until it becomes thick enough to peel? I'm not a big wbg guy.


This is the easiest way. I use tear mender. I smear some new glue over the old glue. After it dries, the glue peels off easily in one big sheet.
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Originally posted by iamj8 iamj8 wrote:

A method I liked was to rub an eraser (for pencils) on the glued surface. It may require a bit of effort and the eraser will run out quickly but it was better than wrecking my thumbs lol.

Use a piece (off cut) of H3. Every time you cut H3, save the edge and cut it to 4 pieces.
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Water. Not a lot, and maybe a rag. My blades are lightly sealed. I had a heck of a time with one blade till I tried water.


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Removing the glue with a normal iron!
Works like a charm!Wink
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