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Butterfly Free Chack II - 100 ml
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Free Chack II Glue is a newly formulated, latex based adhesive, specifically designed for Spring Sponge rubbers like SpinArt and the Tenergy series of rubbers.
Allows easy removal of excess glue from sponge and blade surface.
Stronger bond than Free Chack.
Made in Japan
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Around 8-10ml of glue are needed to assemble 2 rubber sheets to a blade. A 100ml bottle of glue assembles at least 10 rackets.
How to Glue - Racket Assembly Guide - Read this if you are new to gluing your racket.
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Reviews of Butterfly Free Chack II - 100 ml (12)
Have been using a Donic glue (which was good) but, recently switched to Butterfly Free Chack II and LOVE IT!!! I will continue using it. Only thing is, I wish that I could buy it in a larger container.
Arrived dried out and solid
Megaspin: This likely froze on the way and we gave the customer a full refund.
Still feeling that the glue don't make so fast the rubber. It's good for start trying the new water glues. Buy the small version to try and if you like it go for the bigger one.
The best glue ever.
But for the best result, I have to wait 20 - 30 minutes till glue color changed from white to transparent.
I switched to this glue after using DHS no 15 for years. DHS glue was amazing for boosted H3 while this one is great for Tenergy. Glue can be removed from the sponge quite easily. If you are having trouble, simply apply one or two more layers so the build up is thick enough and can then be peeled off.
Great glue for delicate rubbers such as Tenergy.
One of the best glue available.
Strong glue, only a thin layer of glue is needed on the blade and the paddle.
To remove the glued rubber, peel it off gently diagonally.
Glue can be removed from blade easily.
To remove glue from rubber, rob of the glue off with paper. I've done this a few times with good result.
update:The initial gluing was really unexpected. Tested on new rubbers. The glue is still fine, must use VERY THIN layer. Only use small amount, it spreads very well (not as watery as the old formula). I will see how the it peels with oil boosted rubber.
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