Glue Dots are
produced using a variety of synthetic,
rubber-based adhesives. To give these adhesives
their removable capabilities, varying degrees of
oils are used. In most cases these oils will
not discolor surfaces. However, the effects of
the oils vary based on the absorption properties
of the substrate.
As the strength
level increases, the concentration of oils
decreases. We recommend thoroughly testing the
adhesive on given substrates where discoloration
is a concern.
To speed up testing
times, we suggest applying dots to the
substrates and heating them up to 150 degrees
for three days to simulate results at room
temperature after six months.
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