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string colour makes a difference?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by milford30, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. milford30

    milford30 Regular Member

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    Hi guys i just restrung my racket with the blue version of BG65, is there a difference with the white and blue string since it has colouring? i assume the colour is not just painted on right?
     
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    kennyhks Regular Member

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    well....correct me if im wrong but i think i heard or read somewhere tat d white 1's r normally slightly better as its natural rather than those coloured 1's which r i think coloured wif some sort of chemical 2 stain on it.

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    Correct. My racket restringer tells me that the white strings are slightly more durable as they don't have additional colours impregnated into the strings. He also mentioned its the same deal with things like grips too.
     
  4. milford30

    milford30 Regular Member

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    so it's just durable and not lose tension? Bg 65 is already very durable already... have 2 cut 2 strings 2 restring it so that the tension isn't 2 low
     

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