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    Posted: 09/20/2019 at 4:34am
I see lot of discussion here about altering the behavior of pips to make them behave crazy.

I have heard of things like microwaving them or epoxying them etc.

On the flip side , what are various methods of creating undetectable boosters & speed-glues ? 

What are the secrets ?  Please tell me here.  I won't tell ITTF . I promise

PS: I don't use pips & I don't reglue or boost.  I am just curious 
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It's pretty simple. If the booster has VOCs, it's detectable. If not, it's undetectable as long as you don't exceed a total rubber thickness of 4mm.
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