Tips & Techniques
- For easier patch installation, remove ½ of the patch from the backing. Fold backing to create a tab. Use tab for handling patch. Once patch is in desired location, remove remaining backing. Press to secure.
- All ENGO patches can be custom-trimmed to desirable size & shape. We recommend rounding corners.
- For easier removal of ENGO patches, use a blow dryer or heat gun.
- If blisters form at interface of footwear & insole, use two patches. One patch is placed on the footwear. The other patch is placed on the insole. A smooth, blue interface is created.
- ENGO will adhere best when applied to a dry surface. Apply patches prior to activities for best results.
- ENGO may last longer when anchored to a surface. For example, wrapping patches around the edge/sides of the insole.
- ENGO packaging was designed with your needs in mind. The re-closable, heavy-duty bag used to package ENGO protects patches from elements and preserves product quality. We recommend that you store unused patches in the bag.
- Some locations in footwear are hard to reach (i.e. toe box). To place ENGO in these locations, try this technique: remove ½ of the patch from the backing. Fold backing to create a tab. Place the patch in desired location. Press to secure. Remove the rest of the backing. Press to secure. Or, simply place the patch on your sock.
- Not all friction is bad. Friction is useful to help secure feet in shoes and equipment on bodies. Select a patch that is slightly larger than the targeted/troubled area, thus reducing friction only where needed.
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