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      CallumMcKinnon is offline
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      Glue alternative

      I'm looking for an alternative to the expensive table tennis glues that I can buy in New Zealand.

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      What is the price of the TT water based glues in NZ and for what quantity?
      How many rubbers you glue annually?

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      You can try Liquid Latex for special FX makeup.
      I've been using Lilatex Liquid Latex from Germany for two years.
      https://lilatex.de/shop/artikel-nach...tiv-Latex-113/

      Is water based and smell (low ammonia content), viscosity and elasticity is similar to Revolution No.3 or Xiom Energy. I didn't see any significant differences between them.
      And the price is around 10-13 € per 1 liter (33.8 oz.), based on viscosity.
      But I don't know the prices of Liquid Latex in NZ or AU. You have to try look in local shops.

      Edit:
      Some time ago I created a video on which I remove liquid latex glue from rubber after 5-6 weeks of use.

      Last edited by kuko61; 05-19-2019 at 01:15 PM.

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      Tear mender or elmer's rubber cement.

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      Quote Originally Posted by CallumMcKinnon View Post
      I'm looking for an alternative to the expensive table tennis glues that I can buy in New Zealand.
      It's not that expensive.

      https://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/rac...a46edc59bc-001

      Donic Vario Clean 37mL. I bought this off Trade Me and have glued at least 6 sheets of rubbers. Probably only a quarter down.
      $18+4 = $22.

      If you are into very cheap stuff - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pro-30ml-In...oAAOSwiolcgK7Z

      Less than $5 NZD for a 30mL VOC free glue.

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      EL HOMBRE DORADO.

      Ali Express, china marketplace, some El Hombre Dorado, riverstream full of golden sand.
      Last edited by igorponger; 05-19-2019 at 07:54 PM.

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