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Hi Alois, A lot of questions below...
How much layers of glue is best when gluing my rubbers on my blade?
Please answer like this,
Rubber: Amount Of Layers
Blade: Amount Of Layers
What glue do you recommended, like from what brand?
Last one about glue, is Donic Blue Contact VOC Free?
Is blade sealing recommended? If so what blade seal should I use?
Should I have a practice bat and a competition bat?
Sorry for all the questions.
You can try one layer of glue on the blade. If the rubber is new you may need to put on two layer on the rubber. Have aloof and see if it looks like the sponge has absorbed all of the glue.
I don’t have a real preference of glues but I have used XIOM I-bond.
Donic Blue Contact is a Water based glue.
I don’t think there is a need to seal your blade now. It was good when players changed their rubbers and reglued so often with speed glue.
You should have a second bat that is exactly the same as your first bat. You should only use one for both training and competition. The second is only for an emergency if something happens to your bat during a match. You could hit it with every now and then just to make sure it feels OK.
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