This question is regarding RFID pocket manufacturing processes. We are using white satin material to make our pockets. There is an inlay inside each pocket, and we are using distilled water to paste inlay stickers to the white satin. Recently, we faced some moldy effect on the pockets. Can you please advise what precautions I should take to get rid of the mold? Thanks.
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This is more of a question about adhesives than about RFID, and thus we are not qualified to answer it. I would suggest you speak with your inlay provider about the issue. They might have an expert on staff who could advise you about the best way to attach inlays to such material without mold forming. If any of our readers have a suggestion, they are invited to post it in the comments area below.
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