Alois Rosario Answered 6 years ago. I don’t think there is a need to varnish bats now. It was useful when we used speed glue and replaced rubbers daily. Now, it is best to leave the wood as it is. The varnish will alter the speed of the blade slightly and also may cause problems with sticking the rubber. ← New defender Mark V confusion →.
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This Andro blade varnish contains NO harmful volatile organic solvents, and complies with the latest ITTF regulations. This varnish comes is a handy size 25g bottle with small sponge applicator. We recommend that you wash out the sponge after use. This bottle will varnish around 4 – 5 blades.
One Coat Splinter Protection Lacquer Varnish. Now that water based adhesives are becoming compulsory it is even more important to protect your plywood table tennis blade. Protection is simple - apply a single coat of Aquaseal blade sealer. Aquaseal forms a barrier to prevent moisture penetrating into your blade thus extending its life.
Advantages of blade sealing/varnishing. Sealing the blade gives you some advantages that you should know: I would recommend sealing the blade to any serious table tennis player. Easier to remove the rubber, and the glue from the blade with no issues. Avoid normal wear and tear of the rubber.
Is sealing or varnishing a table tennis blade really necessary? The simple answer is yes! It takes no time at all and is cheap to do so. It is simply not wor...
Sealing your T able T ennis B lade. If you re-glue your rubbers onto your blade regularly, you should seriously consider sealing your blade. A sealer ( or varnish) gives a thin layer of protection to the blade surface, as well as strengthening the adhesion of the fibres on the surface of the blade.
I'm really struggling with glues at the moment. I've tried several different brands of table tennis glue and none of them seems to hold the rubber securely. At first I thought I was just being unlucky with dodgy batches of glue, but the longer this goes on it must be something else.
Materials Used In Video:1) Joola Varnish2) Palio TCT Titanium Carbon Blade
I would highly suggest you seal that SK7 blade, even if it's just a very light water based varnish coat. Always seal a blade, you will reap the rewards as the blade will last much longer through repeat glueings. And no splinters. And, it will stay in new condition for much longer.