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    Posted: 07/16/2021 at 6:55pm
Hi guys im in the boosting process for my hurricane 3 NEOS i started tuesday by puting on  the first layer on, yesterday i put the second layer on my question is why hasnt my rubber domed as its been 24 hours since I put the second layer. I will attach photos do i add another layer ?  i have a big tourneyment next week i would love know if i doing this right 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kolev Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07/16/2021 at 9:49pm
Strange. All my NEO's get a curl even if they just catch a scent of a booster near by.  Big smile
Btw the only booster I use iis FTL and one layer is usually enough to dome the rubber.....but frankly I remember one rubber which didn't react at all because it was too old.
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I found 2 layers with Seamoon don't cause much of dome, especially with commercial.  The Blue Sponge domes slightly... 3 layers turns it into a tunnel and had to wait 3 days before the rubber flattened out enough to glue to the blade.
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Looks like a lot of old glue on it. 
The booster is probably not reaching the sponge.
Try cleaning it off first and then reboosting

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thats the updated layer of glue 

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When you took it off did it have a reverse dome? I use H3N or Battle 2 on my forehand and when I take them off they have a pretty severe reverese dome. When I apply some baby oil or seamoon they get back being flat or dome slightly but that's normal.
I think H3N factory boost and the pre-glue is really top notch and doesn't need any additional so if you're flat or slightly domed that's good to go.


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