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    Quality Samsonov force pro black edition?

    For any anyone who has experience with this blade what do you say about it's build quality, is it the type of blade that needs laquering or not, since i prefer not to use laquer unless it is necessary.

    Thank you๐Ÿ˜Š

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    It has a limba top and will benefit from lacquering. A proper thin layer of lacquer will have no effect on feel.

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    If you don't want to varnish, use speed glue, at least of the blade portion. Less adhesion, less splinters.

    The best is WBG for the rubber and speed glue for the blade. This way blade is clean when you remove the rubber and you can rip off the sponge part more or less in a single piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasta
    If you don't want to varnish, use speed glue, at least of the blade portion. Less adhesion, less splinters.

    The best is WBG for the rubber and speed glue for the blade. This way blade is clean when you remove the rubber and you can rip off the sponge part more or less in a single piece.

    +1

    This method is proven the best one for me too, until now

    The only downside is some blade's printing on the head are easily damaged by the speed glue/rubber cement solvent. But who cares, as long as the blade is not splintering ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚


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    Donโ€™t forget to rip the rubber off sideways across the fibers.

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