Re-gluing after 2 months

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either u match it at the top end of the blade an roll it on towards the handle- there might be a small gap at the handle but that should be no problem.
or you apply a layer of seamon as this will give you the old size and playing characteristics back (but is not allowed?)
 
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either u match it at the top end of the blade an roll it on towards the handle- there might be a small gap at the handle but that should be no problem.
or you apply a layer of seamon as this will give you the old size and playing characteristics back (but is not allowed?)
seamoon of booster or seamon of glue?
 
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depending on the rubber/sponge, but I would put a layer of booster on, let it settle and placed the rubber (top sheet) on the blade and see how much it has expanded (sponge is oily, do don't put that on the wood).

This is the easier to do it, as i'm sure none of us here are pizza making experts, who can roll the rubber to fit "exactly" over the blade.
So allow, booster to do the work for you
 
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depending on the rubber/sponge, but I would put a layer of booster on, let it settle and placed the rubber (top sheet) on the blade and see how much it has expanded (sponge is oily, do don't put that on the wood).

This is the easier to do it, as i'm sure none of us here are pizze making experts, who can roll the rubber to fit "exactly" over the blade.
So allow, booster to do the work for you
Yep. Totally the easiest way to make it stretch most evenly all over.
 
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depending on the rubber/sponge, but I would put a layer of booster on, let it settle and placed the rubber (top sheet) on the blade and see how much it has expanded (sponge is oily, do don't put that on the wood).

This is the easier to do it, as i'm sure none of us here are pizza making experts, who can roll the rubber to fit "exactly" over the blade.
So allow, booster to do the work for you
Does European rubber works well on Seamon Booster (Chinese Brand) to expand the shrinked rubber?
 
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