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Do you have issues with the adhesive not sticking?

By: Ashley Drye
Posted In: FAQ
If Stikwood is applied according to the recommended directions for application, then you shouldn't experience any issues with it not sticking to your surface.  However, if you are having issues, then it is likely one of a few things that could be causing it: 
  1. The area was still damp before Stikwood was applied
  2. The area was not totally clean before hand.
Note: In the off chance that you see any curling or have issues of it not sticking, you can simply apply a couple of small tack/pin nails and continue to enjoy your transformation!

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