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      what is a easy to use, none clumpy glue?

      I have Butterfly Free Chack and I used it on all my blades. I guess this is almost like a, "what is the best glue?" question, I want to find a good glue that will easily come off with no damage to blade or sponge. Also I notice that while apply the BTY Free Chack, there are little clumps of glue which cause air bubbles, is that just me or is the glue not good?

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      A good glue is Donic Formula First glue. It requires care, however, to remove rubbers without splintering the blade. When careful, it works great. Excellent holding power; no clumping.

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      Falco Water Glue is the most easy and safe to remove.
      Falco Optimum is easy and safe too, but is thicker.
      Tibhar Clue is thicker too, safe to remove, needs less time to apply.
      Xiom iBond is thin and strong, needs more effort to remove, but I've never had any problems with any blade, even with the very thin Hinoki outer of Joola Rossi emotion.
      In my club BTY Chalk is damned as a problematic glue and the "club glue" is Falco Water Clue.
      I prefer Xiom iBond.

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      My experience with the Falco glue is that it dries extremely fast so you need to spread it quite quickly. Not a bad glue but I prefer the Donic and Andro glues which are quite cheap and almost identical. I wouldn’t be shell shocked if they’re both made by ESN.

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      I'm using Revolution No. 3 normal viscosity. Removed already some 4-5 layers from 3 rubbers and it really worked well. It dries not so fast so you have plenty of time to evenly spread it.

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      I think you might want to try Revolution glue. Medium or thick viscosity.

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      I had the same problem with Butterfly Free Chack, but not so much with the Free Chack II which I currently use and like.

      The Donic Vario Clean glue is very good. The Nittaku one is thick and dries very fast but can be diluted with water, not my favorite kind.
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      Donic Vario Clean glue. Very watery to prevent clumps. Yet strong enough with just one layer.

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      Revolution no. 3!!!!!

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      Lidu glue, for chinese rubbers very good..

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ingo_Ger View Post
      I'm using Revolution No. 3 normal viscosity. Removed already some 4-5 layers from 3 rubbers and it really worked well. It dries not so fast so you have plenty of time to evenly spread it.
      Roger that.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rAwp6V9eDU

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      Lidu glue. A bit watery, edges may need a second coat. Once dry, it's adhesive strength is excellent. You have about 60 seconds before it clumps (that's more than enough time).

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      Quote Originally Posted by trumpet_guy View Post
      A good glue is Donic Formula First glue. It requires care, however, to remove rubbers without splintering the blade. When careful, it works great. Excellent holding power; no clumping.
      exactly. no clumping and holding power is superb. I think tabletennis11 is using this glue for assembling clients rackets too..

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