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HOW TO USE
Blu Tack® Pink performs best on non-porous surfaces e.g. painted surfaces, glass, metal etc. Do not use on recently decorated surfaces or absorbent, silk-screen printed or hand stencilled wallpaper.
- Ensure surfaces to which Bostik Blu Tack® Pink is to be applied are clean, dry and free from dust, grease and loose surface material.
- Pull off a piece of pink adhesive tack and activate it by pulling and stretching.
- Roll into a ball, place between the two surfaces and press firmly.
How to remove Blu Tack® Pink
- Remove Blu Tack® Pink by rolling it carefully off the surface. It can then be used again and again.
- Any remaining shreds can be removed by gently rolling the pink adhesive tack on the wall or dabbing a new blob of Blu Tack® Pink over the surfaces.
The adhesive properties of Bostik Blu Tack® Pink increase over time, so take extra care when removing it after a period of months.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
0.5 grams of Blu Tack® will hold an approximate 105 gram load, but Bostik Blu Tack® is not designed to hold heavy objects.
Blu Tack® performs best on non-porous surfaces e.g. painted surfaces, glass, metal etc. Do not use on recently decorated surfaces or absorbent, silk-screen printed or hand stencilled wallpaper.
Blu Tack® sometimes gets dropped and pressed into the carpet. You can easily remove it by firstly, removing as much as possible by hand. Then, grab an additional piece of Blu Tack® and press it into the Blu Tack® in the carpet and pull it away to remove as much as possible.
If there are remaining pieces, wrap parcel tape - sticky side outwards - around your knuckles and knead into the affected area. Finally, use a fine-tooth comb to remove the last little bits!
On some surfaces, after a long period of time, Blu Tack® can leave a slight oily mark. This can be removed using removers like citrus oils and lighter fuel but as per the guidance of the suppliers. Before using these products, we recommend you test on a small inconspicuous area.