Professional Guide to Gluing Table Tennis Rubber (English Narration)


After unwrapping the rubber package,
we start putting the glue on the surface of the rubber. Then we gently brush the glue in one direction,
and make it a thin layer. How many layer of glue should we put on the rubber ? Usually one layer or two layers are enough,
but actually it really depends on the player. Please make sure you brush the glue in just one direction.
If you start brushing in that direction,
keep it the the same until you finish. And again, keep brushing it in the same direction
until you finish. Then we wait and let it dry. When the glue is dry, we can start gluing the rubber.
Usually we start from the bottom of the racket. When the position is correct,
you can use the appropriate tool, just like this one,
to roll over the rubber and make it firmly stick together. Then we can use a cutter to cut the rubber,
make sure the cutter is straight to the table surface. Cut it using appropriate force.
When you reach the edge and about to finish,
use lesser force and cut it gently.

42 thoughts on “Professional Guide to Gluing Table Tennis Rubber (English Narration)

  1. hey man which rubbers should i use with "butterfly korbel  petr fl" blade??
    is Tenergy 05 fx and stiga calibra lt a good choice??

  2. Which Type of glue are you using in this video. Can su send me a link ore the name?

    Thanks. And good videos

  3. Excellent Video…! Do you consider Donic better than Butterfly rubber or why did you choose Donic? Thanks for sharing

  4. Hi, I was just wondering if only 1 pass is required for a perfect clean cut or should we pass through the rubber with the blade multiple times? What works best?

  5. When the narrator says to cut the rubber using appropriate force i think she should precise that it is really hard to cut the rubber perfectly as this guy did, so you have to really force to cut it well.

  6. Question. In this video you aligned the bottom of the rubber to the handle and then laid the rubber lightly on the blade. On other videos I see people "rolling the rubber down" instead of laying it flat before rolling. Isn't rolling the rubber down better as it will provide better surface contact,avoid air getting in between the rubber and the blade, and the sponge from scrunching?

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