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Yeah, maybe :)

But im not sure if its adhesives. Youre aware of the Spinmax products? The original is said to be able to make any rubber tacky and even restore very old ones. An aquiantance of mine thinks its similar to the fluids used for maintaining the rubber cylinders in printing presses. I think they treat the rubbers with something like that to make em tacky and sticky. Or maybe they might include some of these chemicals in the rubber formula for tacky rubbers.

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