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tacky v.s. grippy topsheet (3)

 tacky v.s. grippy topsheet
by angora 14 years ago
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by alphapong 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by angora 14 years ago
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by angora 14 years ago
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by alphapong 14 years ago
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by Daniel 14 years ago
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by SG 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by SG 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by ZoranV 14 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: tacky v.s. grippy topsheet) was posted by George, on 10/26/2005 1:13:41 PM:
Still, a rubber could be both tacky and grippy, if the top sheet is tacky and the sponge is soft enough to allow for a long dwell time, no? Are there such rubbers out there?
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