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    Posted: 07/14/2020 at 6:47am
As tittle said what are the better LP for Superglue treatment?

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Superglue treatment?
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Originally posted by merlin el mago merlin el mago wrote:

As tittle said what are the better LP for Superglue treatment?

Ones that bend a lot so you can get sides randomly. Super special and block were cheap, ratty pips, other than the treatment. 
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Could you suggest brand & model?
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Originally posted by merlin el mago merlin el mago wrote:

Could you suggest brand & model?

I'm not really a long Pips player but back in those days I messed around  with making a couple of sheets for people. people did it to all kinds of Pips.   as somebody playing against them, what gave me trouble is the ones that   would Bend randomly.  if the Pips are pretty hard  and don't bend then basically your racket is frictionless.  if  they Bend a lot, then you're getting too much of the sides and there's not as much reversal.

I used to do it for up up up, 388 D1, and savigaV of course because that's what I sell  and had around . 

then again I know someone who did it to a 755 and it took him to the semis of his age group in Vegas

 I only did about 10 sheets. beware epoxy is a lot nastier than glue. Bad fumes.


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I have Dawei 388D-1 treated in China (sheet bigger than standard) so I guess more elastic and bend more easily.

Thanks for the advice: I use my garden when use superglue.


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Try 388d not 388d-1,the effects are more even before treatment
The TTNP  enlarged 388d-1 I didn't  like,too bouncy and difficult to stick to blade
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MIND THE LIMITS, PLEASE.
Does not it all seeming like a sniffer's den?   Yes, it is very much like a nasty den. People, lets have the sport free of the sniffers and crooks, please.

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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

MIND THE LIMITS, PLEASE.
Does not it all seeming like a sniffer's den?   Yes, it is very much like a nasty den. People, lets have the sport free of the sniffers and crooks, please.

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Who  cares unless  they  try to use them in a  tournament? 
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Inverted rubbers users booster and use in a tournament and nobody cares.
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My recommendation is to use the Japanese long pips which are more durable and has friction on the side and foundation.
Then apply one tiny drop supperglue on each pip.
It takes time, that's why you don't want to do it on the other sheet.
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Originally posted by chop4ever chop4ever wrote:

My recommendation is to use the Japanese long pips which are more durable and has friction on the side and foundation.
Then apply one tiny drop supperglue on each pip.
It takes time, that's why you don't want to do it on the other sheet.

There's a tiny Crazy Glue liquid tube almost or vial that comes with a tiny little brush. Goes on pretty easy that way. And you can kind of choose how much you want to do it. Again my recommendation is keep your face away and hold your breath. Do a few and then move out of the room
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Originally posted by firetack firetack wrote:

Try 388d not 388d-1,the effects are more even before treatment
The TTNP  enlarged 388d-1 I didn't  like,too bouncy and difficult to stick to blade
thoes are so last century. Now, people use the "light curing" LP.
I use the 388d as well. I like them. but I want to try the 388d-1 quattro.
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Yes Egghead,I've tried most of the ox chinese lps and detecs,p1r etc and none gives me easy points as much as 388d,and chops well if the blade is slow enough
The best ox lp player I know uses a beat up old detecs on a slow blade like mine and it works well for him ,I couldn't control it when I tried
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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

MIND THE LIMITS, PLEASE.
Does not it all seeming like a sniffer's den?   Yes, it is very much like a nasty den. People, lets have the sport free of the sniffers and crooks, please.

Yours sincerely,
Igor Novick aka igorponger
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