The Blue Sponge

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 9 years ago

Cloud Cledera

Cloud Cledera Asked 9 years ago

Hi Alois and Jeff,

I once had an RITC 729 rubber on my backhand which was black rubber on a premade racket. I've learned that there are sandwich rubbers with various types of sponges. The most common are the white and orange. But on that certain rubber, I had a hard time removing it from its blade, causing the sponge to stay and damage it completely.

The rubber contained blue sponge.

I don't know anything much about that kind of sponge, but I know it was an outstanding combination to the RITC topsheet. I've heard some people complaining it is hard to remove from the topsheet actually. I have also learned that it is quite the most magnificent sponge, especially that it was used in the DHS Skyline TG 3 (National Version blue sponge). 

Can you give me an orientation about blue sponge? Thanks!


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 9 years ago

Hi Cloud,

Yes I also liked the Blue sponge at the time.  It is one of the better harder sponges that they made.


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