Re-moist gumming, also known as lick and stick, is a specialised type of gluing where adhesive gum is applied to an area of the sheet of paper to allow subsequent sealing by the end-user. Gum is normally activated by moistening or licking causing the gum to become sticky and it can be sealed to another part of the material.
It is also known as horseshoe gumming because of the three-sided U-shape usually used for fold-over reply slips, often used for posting.
Can be used for a wide range of applications including envelopes, application forms, direct mail response forms, warranty registration and so much more.
We can apply re-moist gum up B2 sheet size.