These are all general temperature ranges. Using any glue system on a cold car in freezing weather, or a hot car in 100 degree temperatures in the sun exceeds pretty much the extremes in gluing. Different glues function better or worse than others according to humidity levels, type of tab or pulling system, timing of Tech on the pull, etc. Some glues stick a little better to painted clear coated metal than to plastic and vice versa. All areas to be repaired should be prepped with 91% alcohol before attempting glue pulling - this optimizes the chance of success. 91% alcohol should only be used to remove glue from cars and tabs.
Techs will find their favorite combinations of glues and tabs to use in different situations. Example: Aluminum - most Techs are going to prefer Gold Rush, Bubble Gum, Red Chile and Yellow Jacket; however, in 40 degree weather, or pulling on a Kia rail, none of those are options will work as well as "Swiss Blue" (the most popular glue in Europe), "Snow Flake," "Xtreme Purple," "Cactus Green," or "Orange Fire." Obviously a lot of factors come in to play when choosing what glue to use on any given car, on any given day.
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