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What is the name of that sticky rubbery stuff

Posted by brittsgrams (tami@carolina.rr.com) on
Fri, Aug 22, 08 at 17:43

that credit card companies use on their mailings (plastic card on the application or flyer) that comes off easily? I looked at sticky dots and cannot really tell if that is what they use. Any suggestions or know what it is really called????? Thank you in advance. Tami


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RE: What is the name of that sticky rubbery stuff

I got the answer from The Kitchen Table forum and here it is:
"Fugitive (Removable) Adhesive
- This fugitive hot melt glue is commonly referred to as temporary hold, peel-able "Credit Card Glue". Ideal for gift baskets and other multiple packaging as well as magazine, brochure and letter inserts."


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RE: What is the name of that sticky rubbery stuff

here a link -

funny thing we have always called in booger glue -

Here is a link that might be useful: booger glue


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RE: What is the name of that sticky rubbery stuff

Rubber Cement! I think...


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