Andro Free Glue 25ml
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Innovative water-based glue without any harmful volatile organic solvents, according to the new ITTF regulations. Tensor Bond technology.
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Reviews of Andro Free Glue 25ml (4)
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This glue does the job. The applicator tip stays fresh for multiple uses. However, this glue dries into a hard crust which is difficult to remove from the rubber, and very difficult to remove from the blade. You will spend a lot of time scrubbing.
when i first got this glue, i thought it was pretty cool. it comes in a little bottle with a foam applicator tip, so all you do is squeeze and spread, pretty cool apllication bottle in my opinion. The actual glue is a milky white color, it is kind of crappy i think. It is too sticky. it is hard to get the stuff off afterwards. it also builds up very fast and in clumps too, so after you glue a piece of rubber like 10 layers, that rubbers done, cuz it is impossible to remove the glue with out ruining the rubber. and it is not good at all for speed, and it is not less expensive either.
This is a very good basic glue and cheap enough to just stick old rubbers to old blades it as also legal to use in tournaments. This is a good glue to try but as players advance it doesn't have much effect especially to those who have previously used speed glue
The Andro Free Glue can be used as a basic adhesive to just stick your rubber onto your paddle. Without any significant speed, spin, or sound effects, the free glue does not change your paddle much by itself without the use of tuners or boosters. It takes about 10 minutes to dry on a blade, and 15 minutes to dry on a piece of rubber. If it does not dry completely, the rubber does not stay on very well, so it is recommended that you glue two layers on the rubber. The glue does not give the rubber any dome, as it is not intended to dramatically increase the speed of your rubber. For its cost ($50 for 500 mL, which will last you a lifetime), it is not a bad glue to try out for your basic needs, but don't expect an enhanced paddle!
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