Pressure Sensitive Adhesives need a bit of a bit pressure to forge a strong bonding between the substrate and an adhesive, whereas many different adhesives demand water, heat, or simply just another solvent. There are plenty of other factors which affect the bonding; these factors mostly contain energy from the surface, temperature, and preparation smoothness; if the environment is too cold or hot, the adhesive could be undermined and may completely lose its ability to hold and stickiness.

For a more potent performance, the temperature should be above or similar to the room. However, conditions may differ due to the chemical composition of different kinds of adhesives.

Quintessentially, pressure sensitive adhesives or simply PSAs are collected from essentially different elements: adhesives, a fluid, micro-web, and particularly some other structural backing.

A material regarded as an elastomer works as the significant material for the base, which could be of any of the following materials: Acrylics, nitriles, styrene block copolymers, natural rubber, butyl rubber, vinyl ethers, and most importantly silicones.

A tackifier, also known as a molecular compound, is naturally added to the elastomer to improve the adhesion levels and may contain many different types of resins.