Donic Blue Contact - 90ml
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90 ml bottle. Comes with 8 sponge applicators.
The Donic Blue Contact Glue has been specially developed to improve the playing effects of large-pored sponges such as the Donic Bluefire series. The glues sticky consistency guarantees a strong adhesion but also allows the rubber sheet to be easily detached when changing rubbers without damaging the sponge. In addition if several layers of the glue are applied, spin and speed playing qualities of the rubber are enhanced.
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Reviews of Donic Blue Contact - 90ml (4)
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Great for porous rubbers, like evolution series rubbers, tenergy rubbers, rasant series rubbers. It's very thick and doesn't seep into the pores.
The bond it creates is extremely strong so make sure your blade is sealed before using this glue or you may risk splintering the wood when you remove the rubber later.
Easy to use and attaches rubber very tightly without forming clumps. That is the good part. The problem comes when you try to detach the rubber. There will be chunks of your blade torn off even if you seal the blade. And if you are someone who likes to re-use rubber, you will never get the glue residue off the sponge without destroying it.
I have used Bty. freechack, PP EZ Pro, REvolution 3, these are really good glue, but after a month, i notice the outer edge of my rubbers are starting to peel, even with side tape to protect it from accidents. so i tried Donic Blue Contact, very sticky, much better adhesion & stays on longer. it works great with sealed blades. this is my 2nd bottle, used it 3 weeks ago to glue T05 & T64 onto Tibhar Rapid Carbon Light blade. Recomended to all players, the only thing is, once it's applied on the rubber, it does not come off easily & i don't recommend removing it, unless you really have to, but you risk damaging the sponge if you do (I've done it many times) , So instead apply a second layer (assuming the first applied layer is thin & even). These comment(s) & suggestions are from my own personal experience with this product, i just thought i share it with all of you. for those of you who wants to try it, it's up to you. just remember a thin even layer on each side of the blade & each rubber is all you need. but you can apply as many layers as you want, just keep each layer(s) thin & even.
It claims it does not damage the sponge when detached but this is false. Peeling the glue off the of blue donic sponge resulted in pits, one of which went all the way through the sponge to the topsheet. Total garbage that destroyed my $50 rubber. $70 wasted when you count the glue cost. I'm never buying this ridiculous glue again. The H3 Neo sponge can handle this glue just fine since it is tougher, but certainly not the donic bluefire sponges.
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