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TitleLjepljenje Guma - Reket Za Stoni Tenis
Tags Adhesive Joining Conservation And Restoration Materials
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Table of Contents
                            Dio 1 : Super Premazivanje
Part 2 – Super Priming using Normal Gluing

Part 3 - Speed Gluing
Part 4: Removing Glue
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Part 2 – Super Priming using
Normal Gluing

Below is a series of steps that should be followed to give you a long lasting solid gluing. This is only for
the players that don't like, or choose not to use speed glue and prefer to keep their racket unglued and
ready to play at any time.

Korak 1 – Pripremanje gume

Prvo uklonite gumu iz paketa i položite je na sto. Ako imate kinesku gumu molim vas uklonite plastični
zaštitni film na gornjoj strani i postavite komad kartona ispod da ljepljivi dio strane sačuvate od prašine
ili mrlja od ljepila. Pobrinite se da je karton čist (u smislu da ništa ne piše) da ljepljivi dio ne bi poprimio
nikakvu tintu ili će tinta završiti na vašoj gumi.Ako imate europsku ili japansku gumu (neljepljivu),ovo
neće biti problem.Zapamtite da se nekad gume već malo uviju (kao na slici) ili su nekad ravne,no to
nije bitno.

Korak 2 – Prirpema drveta

Ako je drvo potpuno novo,najbolje je premazati ga slojem neke vrste poliuretnskog (ili lakom ili
šelakom) premazom. Samo tanki sloj se treba koristiti,dovoljno da zaštiti gornja vlakna površine, ali ne
previše da ne bi utjecalo na dodir drveta. Najlakši i najpogodniji metod je da se koristi samo lak za
kosu. Skoro svi lakovi za kosu sadrže polimer acrylates koje je obično ono što drži vašu kosu na
mjestu. Kad se popršće na drvo stvara vrlo tanak sloj na površini,koji svojim djelovanjem štiti drvo od
pucanja,ali neće naškoditi osjećaju drveta.

Jedino drvo koje vjerovatno ne treba ljepljenje je Hinoki. Ako imate hinoki drvo možete preskočiti

Ako imate staro drvo koje je već bilo ljepljeno nekoliko puta, šanse su da ono na sebi ima mrlje od
ljepila. Iako ovo nije neki veći problem,bilo bi poželjno da se očiste te mrlje.

Step 3 - Applying Glue

Apply a layer of normal glue onto the rubber covering the entire area. Its best to apply layers that
aren't too thin or thick but just right. Once you applied the first layer, the rubber may have a dome
(curls up) by now, which is fine. Leave it for about 30minutes so the dome goes down. Note:
sometimes this is longer for different rubbers. Repeat this gluing procedure at least 3 times. Then
leave it for 2 hours so most of the glue effect and dome evaporates.

Next apply a thick layers of glue to the blade and spread it uniformly across the surface. Once this is
done leave it to dry.

Step 4 - Putting it all together

Once the blade and rubber has dried completely, align the rubber from the bottom and roll (with a
bottle or roller) it upwards onto the blade very gently. If you roll it hard it will stretch the rubber and
alter its characteristics. Once it’s glued onto the racket. Roll it a few more times just to make sure there
are no air bubbles. Use a sharp blade to cut the rubber and finally place it in a clamp for about an

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Part 4: Removing Glue
This section is intended for those that speed glue quite often and have to deal with glue build up. After
about 10 or so gluings the additional layers don't penetrate the sponge as well thus not giving you the
optimum glue effect. The ideal solution to this is to buy a new rubber (if your sponsored, shouldn’t be a
problem). More commonly though it’s quite easy to remove the glue build up so you have a fresh
sponge to work with again.

1. Using speed glue to remove glue.

If you have a rubber which has a fairly medium to hard sponge, then this method is ok. Basically apply
a layer of speedglue onto the build up and spread it around very thoroughly. Doing this sort of
dissolves the glue already present on the sponge. About 2 minutes after the application you can start
to rub the glue off the sponge with your fingers. Do it gently and take your time. If the glue starts to
harden up again, use a additional layer of glue. If your careful, there should be no damage and the
rubber will be immaculate. More commonly if you rush, you can expect to take bits of sponge off and
end up with a mess.

I do not recommend this method with soft rubbers as it will most likely destroy them.

TIP: If you use long lasting speed glue to do this, everything becomes easier as that type of glue stays
semi solid for much longer making the whole process easier. Only downside is that it's a waste of
precious glue.

2. Orange Oil

This method basically involves the use of Orange Oil which is basically a air freshener that can be
found in your local supermarkets. The key ingredient that makes it work is citric acid. If you find any
other air fresheners that contain this, it should work. The Orange Power that Ive been using for that
last 3 years comes in a orange bottle with a purple spray twist top on it and it sells under the name
"Orange Power".

The method is basically the same, spray on 2 layers of the stuff onto the sponge and wait around 5
minutes for it to be touch dry. The glue build up should be dissolved and semi-solid. You can easily
rub the excess build up off compared to method 1. If you take too long and the build up hardens. Then
spray another layer.

This method works on any rubbers and works very well with super soft rubbers that are prone to
damage. The only downside is that it may tint your sponge a slight orange and it may smell like
oranges which isn't such a bad thing.

3. Miscellaneous Methods

Eucalyptus oil, WD40(Grease remover), Ironing, dry rubbing with thumb. These are all methods I have
heard of but they dont work as good.

Eucalyptus oil - This stuff absolutely reeks and leaves a terrible smell to everything. No doubt it works
but the smell alone is enough to set anyone off.

WD40 - A sworn method of a select few, but I have yet to try it myself

Ironing - Basically placing a A4 sheet of paper on the sponge, and then proceed to iron it until the glue
melts and is collected on the A4 paper. I've tried it once and it doesn't work for me. All I was left with
was a pile of molten rubber and paper stuck to the sponge.

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