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04-16-2013, 10:55 PM
Hi everybody!

Can you please tell me the mains differences between some booster? i will give you two to say me the differences:

http://tabletennis.inters.pl/product-eng-4948-Booster-Falco-Tempo-Long.html vs http://ttnpp.com/shop/dianchi-oil-booster-2085639347-2085639536-27833-p-527.html


Mr. RicharD
04-18-2013, 02:01 AM
Dian chi is a more chemical oil that sits on the sponge either above or below the glue layer depending on techinque. It lasts for 4-6 weeks depending on the type of rubber you're boosting.

Falco Booster is probably paraffin oil like bio booster or other boosters out there that rely on lighter oils. They tend to stretch out the sponge, but have less consistency as the Chinese oils. They can last 6-12 weeks depending on technique, but it's not as powerful as the Chinese oils. Mostly these oils like Paraffin oil is used for Euro/Jap style rubbers while Chinese oils are specifically made for harder sponged rubbers like Chinese rubbers.

Parrafin oil is the primary ingredient in Bio booster like boosters. It is far cheaper just to get a 32 oz bottle of parrafin oil than a 150 ml bottle of something else.

04-18-2013, 12:50 PM
thank you!

08-30-2013, 06:35 AM
Dianchi is suitable for Chinese Rubbers, while other booster is only suitable for Japanese or Euro Rubbers.

Mikael Berglund
08-30-2013, 06:21 PM
Does anyone know how Dianchi compares to Haifu Seamoon Booster? I use the latter for Hurricane 3.

08-30-2013, 06:42 PM
one guy did a good review of Dian chi , seamoion and some other new'ish booster.. dianchi is stronger and has better effect than seamoon. but with seamoon you get more per bottle.

also with either of these you can double your ammount by diluting with white spirit or something similar prefferably odorless

09-01-2013, 11:50 AM
Guys, I heard (or read somewhere) that in order not to 'kill off' rubbers too soon after reboosting, you should let the rubber 'rest' for a day or so, before applying booster and glueing back on... Personally, I think its nonsense, but appreciate your views on this.... also, how often (for those that use Tenergy) do you re boost them before you can tell the rubber can 'take no more' and dies?

10-13-2013, 06:45 PM
You should have a look this post http://saletabletennis.com/sharing-all-table-tennis-information/equipment-information-sharing-sharing-all-table-tennis-information/chinese-boosters-comparison/ :) It gave a brief comparisons on the Chinese boosters.