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    Hi I was just wondering what happens to the rubbers if you roll and stretch the rubbers on the blade too much

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    They get marginally thinner. You won't notice anything. After removing them, the usual shrinkage will be exacerbated somewhat.

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    I you roll and stretch the rubber - harder and faster rubber.
    If you don't stretch - softer and spinnier rubber.

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    I you roll and stretch the rubber - harder and faster rubber.
    If you don't stretch - softer and spinnier rubber.

    Ok thanks because with my new rubbers whenever I hit the ball I'm getting not much speed or spin which is weird


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    New Tenergy 05? I would try to reglue them if there has been too small amount of glue perhaps?

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    New Tenergy 05? I would try to reglue them if there has been too small amount of glue perhaps?

    Yes T05


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    If the amount of glue is too small and you stretch the rubbers too hard, perhaps they detach a bit from the glue. I would, as said, do a reglue of them and use more glue, and not stretch as much. But perhaps they are too small now then?

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    If the amount of glue is too small and you stretch the rubbers too hard, perhaps they detach a bit from the glue. I would, as said, do a reglue of them and use more glue, and not stretch as much. But perhaps they are too small now then?

    Yes I think they will be too small to reglue as they wouldn't fit on my Viscaria


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    Yes I think they will be too small to reglue as they wouldn't fit on my Viscaria

    Lots of glue then and stretch? If you have any booster, you could try to expand them with that?


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    Lots of glue then and stretch? If you have any booster, you could try to expand them with that?

    Ok will try
    Because when we tried to glue to start with free chack pro it wouldn't stick on the blade properly it was very loose even when rollering so we peeled the glue off the rubber and put 2 more layers on the rubber and a tad more glue on the blade


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    It feels as if there is no grip on the rubber

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    Ok will try
    Because when we tried to glue to start with free chack pro it wouldn't stick on the blade properly it was very loose even when rollering so we peeled the glue off the rubber and put 2 more layers on the rubber and a tad more glue on the blade

    And the glue isn't half dried/old in the bottle? Are there no grip on either rubber? If a blade is too smooth, you'll sometimes have to sand it a bit to get the glue to stick alright. It sounds like it could be a glue problem. Are both rubbers new?


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    And the glue isn't half dried/old in the bottle? Are there no grip on either rubber? If a blade is too smooth, you'll sometimes have to sand it a bit to get the glue to stick alright. It sounds like it could be a glue problem. Are both rubbers new?

    Both rubbers new


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    Both rubbers new

    Then I guess you could get your money back, if they don't have any grip? Or do you mean when you hit the ball with the bat, that it doesn't work as intended, and not giving you the spin you desire? What about the glue? Buy a new bottle of glue perhaps?


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    I carfylly align and stick the bottom half inch with my fingers, and then place a regular wooden kitchen roller on it with the rubber wrapped over the top. I then slowly roll it with one hand pulling a slight tension to keep the rubber flat to the roller and the other hand rolling it forward careful to have nothing but the weight of the roller pressing down. Some people use wine bottles instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mocker88

    And the glue isn't half dried/old in the bottle? Are there no grip on either rubber? If a blade is too smooth, you'll sometimes have to sand it a bit to get the glue to stick alright. It sounds like it could be a glue problem. Are both rubbers new?

    The glue was a bit dry which is probably why it didn't stick on properly


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    The glue was a bit dry which is probably why it didn't stick on properly

    You should buy REvolution No.3 Normal viscosity. It's really thin and lasting. It's the best I've tried anyway. Hope you get it sorted now. Never fun when you can't use your new expensive rubbers.

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    For ESN & Japan yes for Chinese DHS Aquatic Glue 15 is the best.
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    This issue certainly isn't caused by glue brand.
    Any glue brand can be used.

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