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PostPosted: 28 Aug 2018, 10:17 
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Moristo SP specifically, but any tensor grippy SP will be about the same I guess. I assume a sheet will last longer than inverted, but how much longer?

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Grippy pips don't last as long as classic. 802-40 about 4-5 months before the topsheet starts to dry and loose friction. My newest Spinpips Red is about ~4-5 months, but quick wipe with wet sponge and grip is still as good as new.

Ofcourse, I don't think the sponge is deteriorating much if at all. If you accept less spin, they all hit just as fast as new. My experience is that in general, inverted rubber last longer than most people tend to say. I scrubbed off a 2-year old Tenzone SF and its still as fast and grippy as I remember when new.

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