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Biography: Ping pong equipment, Juic Ecolo Expander II still a highly useful rubber product?

With the advent of a series of free VOC free speed alternatives, some have said that Ecology JUIC II (EEII) is no longer a viable option for those looking for a little more performance overhead. their us. I disagree and I think EEII has it where it is, but it can't compete on glue speed effect. It really depends on what you are looking for and what you expect is ... and the trouble is ... most people don't know ...

For those that current their rubber glue speed with a few grades, and looking for a free VOC replacement, I would not recommend the EEII, as the effect is simply not strong enough. These people will be better off looking at other free VOC alternatives, like the free glue VOC Falco Tempo or the treated foam liquid like Falco Progress Booster or Tibhar clean tuning, as effective by These are really very close to many speed glue.

However, for those that probably use a light layer of glue speed, or have not pre-glued and are looking for a little extra performance of their rubber, the EEII is a very good option. It stretches the rubber quite a bit and softens the sponge of a few degrees, and it has the feel of a lightly glued rubber. Also, do not forget that the effectiveness of EEII is pretty much permanent for the life of rubber, so you handle it once, and the effect remains for a few months! Not only that, but since the liquid is very thin and spreads out so easily, only very few are used for each application, so a single bottle can also last you for many years. There are two basic table tennis types you can choose from: outdoor table tennis and indoor table tennis. If you are looking for information about outdoor table tennis, this article: 8 best ping pong table outdoor under 300 reviews will be very helpful to you!

I think that part of this problem is someone who does not know how to use EEII correctly or does not fully use it. The instructions provided by the manufacturer are quite short, and there are quite a few variables that affect performance. Not only that, but the liquid is very thin, and if you're not careful it can leak into the top sheet without doing it any good. However, when used correctly with a simple precaution, it is quite easy to apply and can be very effective.

An asset of EEII that is often overlooked is how it can Soften and loosen up a plate, which otherwise can be quite hard and take time to wear in. This is the most popular among a variety of rubber in Chinese style. A simple EEII treatment will immediately make the table more responsive/dynamic. However, a useful property is that it makes the sheet more responsive to glue ... although I don't know if this applies to the free VOC glues. So, as a pre-treatment for rubber you will speed glue, it is not a bad option.

So, in my opinion, the EEII is still a very good product but is simply not for everyone. Low cost compared to any type of reinforced rubber product, and a single small bottle is capable of finally you for years.

Joseph Shanley is a player and former coach, who runs a number of ping pong sites and is an advisor to the online table-tennis storage device one of the business types. He also runs an assessment ping pong and JUIC Australia online sites.
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