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What is the best way to work with self-adhesive magnets?

Self-adhesive magnets enable you to attach the magnet to a non-magnetic surface, such as aluminum, wood, plastic, ceramic, rubber, paper, and other non-ferrous materials. We have both block and disc shaped self adhesive magnets available.

Normally, these magnets come in packs with half self-adhesive on the north side, and half with the self adhesive on the south side. This enables them to attract if needed to form a closure or fastener.  

Our adhesive magnets are made with a foam based acrylic adhesive, which is also available separately as double-sided self-adhesive stickers. This high-performance adhesive delivers excellent shear strength to resist slippage and edge-lifting. 

Simply peel the paper off the adhesive and stick it in position. You can quickly re-adjust it because the strong adhesive is temporarily repositionable. This helps you accurately adjust and position the magnet to your exact specifications. 

Once the magnet is in position, press firmly so that the underside adheres evenly. We recommend that you let the adhesive cure for 24 – 48 hours before putting any stress on the bond.

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