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    Smile reglue

    how often must reglue then rubbers like tenergy?????pls somebody answer me.thanksssss

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    noboby???????

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    Hey!

    Thanks for joining the forum.

    Let me explain how I did it for best results.

    1) Apply one layer of free chack to the tenergy and leave for 24 hours... free chack is from butterfly and its a voc free glue (voc basically means that the glue doesnt have speed glue chemicals in it.

    2) Apply a second layer of free chack to the tenergy and leave for 30 minutes. Apply a layer of free chack to the blade to.

    3) Stick the two together and there you have it.

    P.s if you want your tenergy amazing... give this a try... before you apply the layers of free chack... apply a layer of booster to the rubber

    Dan

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    thank you dan for answer.but i want to know somethink else,i have glue my rubbers(05fx) 2 months now and i want to know if was good to glue again the rubbers????????????plssss tell me my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3pontios3
    thank you dan for answer.but i want to know somethink else,i have glue my rubbers(05fx) 2 months now and i want to know if was good to glue again the rubbers????????????plssss tell me my friend
    Yes,

    I have a simple trick,,

    but be careful because you can break your rubber if you press to hard...

    Take the rubber off your blade... get a table tennis ball and rub the glue off your rubber until its all completely gone... Then reapply free chack to your rubber abd blade and it should be a better

    Warning: just be careful when using the ball on the rubber.... to make it easy,, apply some booster on the rubber so it softens the glue then use the table tennis ball to rub of the ball.

    Good luck

    Dan

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    I don't think there is any reason to reglue these new rubbers over again, if anything regluing will probably release some of the tension in the rubber since when you take the rubber off Tenergy has been known to shrink a bit. When you glue it back on it will be smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MildSeven
    I don't think there is any reason to reglue these new rubbers over again, if anything regluing will probably release some of the tension in the rubber since when you take the rubber off Tenergy has been known to shrink a bit. When you glue it back on it will be smaller.
    Fair point, but when they get old and dead.. taking them off and reglueing them with free really does help

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