L.D. Davis Industries is a distributor of fugitive glue, which is a form of hot melt glue. Fugitive glue is commonly known as credit card glue or “booger glue”. Where do the informal names come from? Simple. When you receive a new Visa or Discover card in the mail, the thin strip of glue you find attached to your new card is fugitive glue.
This glue is easily peeled off the surface to which it is bonded with. It forms a very strong bond that can be released once the bond it broken. Unfortunately, once that bond is broken, it cannot be resealed.
Fugitive glues are often used in marketing applications for direct mailer campaigns. This easy-to-use glue is safe to handle, but does sometimes contain latex so those with a latex allergy should be careful while handling this product.
Strips of Glue
L.D. Davis is a distributor of glue strips. There are four levels of tackiness available and our standard rolls come as a continuous roll which is 300 feet of glue on a roll made up of two 150-foot lines of glue that are each 1/8” wide by 1/32” thick. Tack levels available are: low, medium, high and super.
Dots of Glue
L.D. Davis is also a distributor of dots of glue. These dots can come in four different levels of tackiness: low, medium, high and super.
Our standard rolls are 6,000 dots to a roll, and each dot is 3/8” diameter by 1/32” thick.
Benefits of Fugitive Glue
- Easily available in many forms; dots, strips, liquid
- Generally safe to handle
- Wide variety of tack levels
- Always removable with virtually no surface damage
- Instant bond
- Easy clean up