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I've had some batches that stayed rather soft for months, and others that turned quite firm within a day or two. Probably related to the coloring I used. I have a bunch of fountain pen inks that I tried, as well as food coloring, and india ink,.
I haven't had a lot of success with this stuff sticking. I've tried using it like a rubber shield on several objects (thermos bottles, car keys, keychain lights, etc.) and it always lets go a lot easier than I'd prefer. In the picture is a bumper I made for a battery bank. Those holes are where neodymium magnets were stuck. They held for about a week of use before I started finding them stuck to each other instead of the battery. In this application, it's held onto the plastic case quite well. Not so much, the car key, bottles, etc.
I have more trouble keeping it stuck than removing it.
It is way stiffer than the foamy flip flops I grew up with. As for furniture... well, I've used it with some success as keyboard feet, phone charger feet, etc.
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