REvolution 3 Glue - 250ml
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250ml water-based VOC-free performance glue
The glue is produced in 3 viscosities (normal, medium, high) and normal viscosity is by far the most popular. There is no difference in performance. Normal viscosity is easier to apply and is the thickest (least viscosity). Medium viscosity is similar to what you get with Donic, Butterfly and Yasaka water glue. High viscosity is similar to Nittaku Finezip.
Revolution No.3 Glue is a new generation of elastic table tennis adhesive: the most advanced and performance oriented water based table tennis glue available since the ban of the speed glue.
Revolution No.3 Glue is the third component of your racket after your blade and rubber sheets. Get the perfect synergy between your blade and rubbers to push your performance to the next level.
The glue is easy to use and a specially designed sponge is included to spread the glue smoothly on your sponge and blade. The glue is easy to peel off, clean and is environmentally safe.
See how the inventor of REvolution 3 glue applies it:
You can also apply it on an old glue layer.
Gluing OX (No Sponge) Long Pimples:
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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 REvolution 3 Glue - 250ml (20)
My second bottle! Excellent glue, but even more important to me is how easy it comes off the blade, and the rubber, when you start swapping rubbers. The glue just peels off of the blade, and the sponge, leaving both absolutely pristine!
Rubbing, and picking glues off of the sponges is no longer an issue for me, with this glue!
Excellent glue! But even more impressive is when you want to remove the rubber from the blade. The rubber pulls away from the blade, leaving the blade without any residue. And then the glue peals away from the sponge in one long elasticated "skin", and it leaves the sponge in absolutely pristine shape. Just ordered my second bottle!
On hard Chinese rubbers, it's quite easy to remove from sponge.
But on softer rubbers it's just like any other glue. You need to apply
More than 3 layers to be able to peel off easily.
The adherence is not that strong either, especially when the rubber is newly boosted and curved, I found that it doesn't stick to the blade even after a night in the press.
Good product overall you just have to know how to use it.
So far it's the best glue I ever used. As stated in the ad., it works well and is extremely easy to remove from the rubber. There is little remaining left on the blade. But still highly recommend. The glue is more dilute and need nozzle to spread out.
Still the best WBG I have used to date. Bought the larger size this time.
Note that to get it to pull off in one piece, you do have to put at least 2 layers on the sponge.
Best waterbased glue I have used to date. Far less damage to the sponge than some products. As easy to remove from sponge as Tearmender. Buying it again.
with a couple layers on the rubber sheet and one on the blade it gives a good bond and comes off easily.
The glue works great. It comes out in drops and you need to use more than you might think at first. I always use a hair dryer to make the glue dry faster. I haven't noticed a difference between that and letting it air dry naturally, so I take the quicker route.
Top latex waterbased glue there is. Takes multiple layers to get good adhesion but removal is simple and easy.
Purchased the Medium Viscosity. It did not work like the Normal Viscosity glue, my rubber was peeling off my blade(s) in days. On one blade, it was less than a day. I may have had a bad batch or a contaminant may have been in the bottle or the seal may have been damaged.
Regardless, this glue wasn't as good as the REvolution 3 in Normal Viscosity.
The normal viscosity is a little runny so I think I'd prefer the thicker one. Also you have to put two coats on the rubber side because the sponge soaks up the first coat. Or you'll have to put a thick coat. So far I'm not that excited about this glue. It's also a little hard to clean up the sponge with water. When the glue starts to dry in the sponge you can't wash it out so it will get hard.
Does what it's supposed to do. Smells a bit stinky. Goes on white and dries clear. Very easy to replace old rubbers.
Will definitely buy more.
I like it very much. The biggest advantage for me that it is very easy to remove from the rubber. I am using booster from time to time (to avoid buying new rubber very often) and remove old glue (before applying Falco booster) always was a headache. With revolution 3 it is very easy. The disadvantage of Revolution 3 is it adhesive characteristic compare to regular VOC free glue. It requires more time and pressure to make good contact between rubber and blade. I am using the rubber press for 12 hours. Without the press the rubber tends to separate from blade and very difficult to achieve even surface. So, in case you need fast rubber replacement Revo 3 is not the best glue. But with press it works perfect. Smooth even surface and good contact between rubber and blade. And, as I said before, it is VERY easy to pill of old glue from rubber. For my needs it is 5 star product.
very good new product in the market.easy to use with the sponge that came with it.Already recommend it to a friend..
Is it made in Europe? Or maybe Russia. Anyway they did it again. Revolution products rocks. Easy to apply with the sponge that came with it. Even though they're new in the market I think. They have the best product,even the rubber cleaner is awesome. More power to the guy who invented it. Watch his video.
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