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    Posted: 03/10/2019 at 4:30pm
Hi,
Who know this booster? How good is for Tenergy rubbers?
Wher can find to buy it? Thank you
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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Originally posted by Johnny Erasure Johnny Erasure wrote:

Hi,
Who know this booster? How good is for Tenergy rubbers?
Wher can find to buy it? Thank you


You mean Huieson RC glue ?  

I bought this glue on ebay and it almost ruined my Yinhe/ Galaxy  Mercury II  rubbers ! 

It is fast drying but really affects the sponge . In my case , the glue made the rubber curve upwards around the edge . Even after pressing  the rubber down with a few heavy books for an hour ,  I could still see gap separations along the edge . Finally, I had to redo the job, using Elmer clear school glue !!

For Butterfly Ternergy, I have no idea  ...It may work as the sponge is different from Chinese sponge .
It might be a good idea to test it out first  on a small rubber piece cut from the Tenergy   & see how it goes . 

For the glue, you can check it out here : 






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Thank you guys.
So I think doesn't exist only Huieson booster, without glue...
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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It is speed glue.
We can't mix booster to glue.
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Check out this interesting & informative video clip on how to use booster oil on  table tennis rubbers   :




BTW,   the use of booster was banned by ITTF in 2007 .  Why do you want to use it now ?? Shocked


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