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    Boosting Neo Hurricane 3

    So I came across a rather interesting thread on another forum... http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum...870111&#870111

    Questions 2 and 3 were particularly interesting. Any thoughts or answers?

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    I Think you should not boost the h3. If you want to boost a rubber, Then boost the h8. The h3 it's perfect in it self. It's gonna destroy all the benifits with the h3 if you boost that rubber

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    Boosting is essential for h3. You need about three layers of thin seamoon. H3 is unplayable really without boosting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superduperlooper
    Boosting is essential for h3. You need about three layers of thin seamoon. H3 is unplayable really without boosting.
    are these 3 layers of seamoon done on the bare sponge or on top of the glue layer?

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    You put two-three layers on the sponge, depending on how thin or thick the layers are. And one more after the glue. Dont make the layers too thick, or it will be too soft to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superduperlooper
    You put two-three layers on the sponge, depending on how thin or thick the layers are. And one more after the glue. Dont make the layers too thick, or it will be too soft to play.
    Which glue do you use and how many layers of that glue do you put on, after boosting?
    Btw, if already put 2-3 layers on the bare sponge, why do you still put 1 layer of booster after applying the glue?
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    I use free chalk, I put about six- eight layers to make sure it doesnt come off, because free chalk isnt that sticky. Idk why we put booster on the glue, thats what all the chinese players do.

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