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Khang09
03-20-2017, 04:01 PM
Hello guys,
I am going to build my first bat and i'm wondering which glue i should use...
So I found Donic's Vario Glue and wanted to know if u have any experience on this glue.

Best regards

Umut
03-20-2017, 06:40 PM
I used them 3 years ago, attachment is good, one layer is enough however peeling off could be hard with one thin layer, Especially on softer and porous songes. Now i am using revo no.3 and nittaku fine zip, however if you properly apply, it is good one undoubtly.

UpSideDownCarl
03-20-2017, 09:36 PM
I like Vario Clean. It works for me. But I have also heard good things about FineZip and Revolution no.3.


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Cktenders
03-20-2017, 10:36 PM
I like it decently. It adheres really well. It does dry faster than Butterfly free chak (at least where I live) so keep that in mind. The major downside for me and why I switched away was the difficulty in removing it from rubber's sponges. Even putting two layers on the sponge required (for me) too much work for removal. Really small gripes admittedly, it's a pretty solid choice imo.

UpSideDownCarl
03-20-2017, 10:52 PM
That is a good point. Some people remove glue and add new glue to glue their rubbers back on. I usually leave the old glue on and if needed, add new glue over it. But part of what I like about Vario Clean is, sometimes I can press a rubber back on without adding more glue because it stays sticky for a while.

But it is rare that I remove rubbers unless I am changing them these days.


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Suga D
03-20-2017, 11:09 PM
I like it decently. It adheres really well. It does dry faster than Butterfly free chak (at least where I live) so keep that in mind. The major downside for me and why I switched away was the difficulty in removing it from the rubber's sponges. Even putting two layers on the sponge required (for me) too much work for removal. Really small gripes admittedly , it's a pretty solid choice imo.

Yeah. As pointed out it actually depends if you plan to peel off and reglue the rubber a lot or if you just let it stay there until it's 'dead'.

But that being said, i accidentally found a method to remove EVERY glue from the sponge by adding a few drops of babyoil and gently rubbing it off with my thumb! E V E R Y!

Lately i mostly use Finezip too, but also still have a bottle of Revolution 3, which i've been using before.
I found latex based glues better 'cause they add up a little to the sponge thickness and make a rubber a bit thicker and hence more bouncy when used with 2 - 3 layers but that's mainly personal preference.

But as Carl wrote, all of them do their job well, so can't do much wrong if it's used with care.