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Once you have your guitar pick holder, you will want to figure out where you feel comfortable placing your pad on your guitar.
Make sure you place your pad on a clean surface. After about 24 hours or so the pads settle in and clings to your guitar's surface very well.
Peel off the bottom, transparent film first to efficiently place your pad on your guitar, while applying pressure with your finger across the top transparent film to adhere your pad securely to your guitar. Stick it somewhere you think you will feel comfortable leaving it on your guitar. Then peel off the top transparent film.
With such a wide spectrum in customizability you have with the pad, you can adjust its level of stickiness.
Due to the nature of this technology, its tenacious qualities wont diminish. Therefore, it retains it's hold indefinitely. However, if it becomes too dirty, due to build-up of debris or finger oils, it will start to lose its stickiness.
Do not worry, as this can be reversed by washing your pad with water, to regain it's stickiness.
To clean your pad, carefully remove it. With a little soap and running water rinse your pad while gently rubbing off any unwanted debris. Then let it air dry.
Or for on the go... get creative 😏
This Is Important!
Increase or decrease the amount of stickiness on demand.
If you find that the stickiness on the outside facing part of the pad, that sticks to your picks, to be too strong, simply place your finger over the pad as many times as you need, to your liking, to reduce its stickiness.
The idea here is to build up surface debris with your finger oils in order to lower its stickiness in a controlled manner.
It is tunable
This stuff adheres to many flat surfaces without tools and without damage. It is completely 100% non-reactive to the finish of your instrument and no left over residue what-so-ever.