The other day my red babolat O dampener began to be cut down the middle, possibly due to friction with the strings. I found some extra duty super glue, which i used to stick my dampener back together (I only like my red one, i hate the yellow one.!!) Before letting it properly dry, i put it on, and it stuck to my strings, but i eventually got it off. I now know that super glue sticks well on poly. My question is, If i have a problem with non-dead strings moving, would glueing where the mains and crosses intercept be a bad idea.?? It would firstly allow more spin ( ????) due to reduced string movement, and might also act as a string saver. Someone has probably though of this though. Sorry if this is a waste of a topic, but its idea out there..