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yes..I told people that the samples were sent on VINYL..and this is what happens when you place Screen Goo on VINYL. The plasticizer outgasses from the vinyl, and creeps into the Screen Goo.. and un-curing it, in a strange way.
It can take over 6 months to happen, but it can be accelerated via heat.
It slowly turns into the backside of a giant 3M post-it pad. It gets sticky! and stays that way....... forever!
Vinyl is a no-no. It was sent out as sampls as it was ecenomical to use the roll of experimental vinyl sitting around, instead of finding another material.
It could be said it has the double purpose of showing people what happens when you place the product on vinyl.
The darker areas are, incidentally, the same color as the Screen Goo is as a liquid, before the water comes out. You can see the change in tone, in the photo.
"Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream." -- Malcolm Muggeridge.