There are different kinds of table tennis glue that can be used for fixing or replacing your existing table tennis rubbers.
Do Not Use the Banned Speed Table Tennis Glue
There is the water based glue and the speed glue. The speed glue is illegal and it is no accepted in official tournament because of the hazardous nature of the substance use to produce it.
So I strongly advice that you stay away from speed glue and use water based glue for affixing your rubber to the table tennis blade.
There are different types of table tennis glue out there, but here are some of the best glues for table tennis rackets that I will recommend for you.
Butterfly Free Chack II
Free Chack II Glue is a new glue being released by Butterly. It can said to be an enhance version of Free Chack. This newly formulated glue is feature with latex based adhesive. It has stronger bond than Free Chack where it can hold a very strong bond within the blade and the rubber so it will not come off easily.
The Free Chack II glue dry pretty quick on your blade after you apply it on your rubber and blade. It viscosity is very high with very thin liquid. You can barely complaint about this close to perfect glue.
It allows easy removal of excess glue from sponge and blade surface.
Nonetheless, the glue is very runny which is very easy to create a mess. So you have to be careful when you are using this glue because it can get pretty messy if you spill some of the glue out.
Also, you need to prevent the glue to get contact with your clothing cause it will be very hard for you to get off.
When you want to rip off the rubber from your blade, it can comes off pretty easy. If you do seal your blade before applying the glue, then it can also help in taking the rubber off easily.
This Free Chack II is specially designed for Spring Sponge rubbers including the Tenergy series and SpinArt rubbers.
Butterfly Free Chack
Butterfly Free Chack is very good table tennis glue. It is completely free from any toxics or VOC substance and made from natural rubber. It is easy to remove from the blade if you want to replace your rubber.
Butterfly Free Chack 500ml with 50 Sponges
This is a very good glue for affixing your rubbers to your blade. It is an easy to use water based table tennis glue.
XIOM I-Bond Glue 500ml
The XIOM I-Bond is clean and safe from any toxic or VOC substance. It has a white sponge at the tip of the bottle which is use to apply the glue.
You have to know that water base glue is stronger than speed glue. It can damage the surface of your table tennis blade so it is highly recommended that you use The XIOM I-Bond sure on your blade before using the The XIOM I-Bond table tennis glue.
Table Tennis Rubber Guide