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So, first things first: How cool is it that solvent-based adhesives are called “speed glues” when used as a means to a nefarious end? And did anyone else on the planet know that table tennis paddles are sometimes referred to as “bats”? I know I sure didn’t.
Want another amazing statement? Try this one, taken directly from the SpecialChem article: "Interestingly, this is not the first time that VOC emissions have been placed under restriction in relation to ball sports." `Interestingly’? How about fascinatingly?
It seems folks will do anything to get ahead in this world, whether it’s in business or the games that they play. And though I had no idea just a few hours ago that a seedy subculture of ping-pong cheaters even existed, I can honestly say I’m a little disappointed in you, ping-pong cheaters of the world. You took a staple of fraternity drinking parties and you made it cheap. And with glue, no less.
Give the SpecialChem article a look at the link below, and then come back and tell us how you use adhesives and sealants to get the unfair advantage.