Hi. Fat Dots are used between the bottom of the speaker and top of the stand without any glue. There’s scarcely ever a need for adhesive; dBNeutralizer material gets a very good grip on whatever materials it is in contact with. Speakers will not slide on Fat Dots or anything and the Fat Dots keep the speakers firmly in place.
Harbeth C7 speakers, with relatively hefty dimensions and footprint, do optimally with free standing Fat Dots, unless the stand is considerably undersize relative to the cabinet bottom. About the only time Sticky Fat Dots are needed is with undersize plates supporting monitor speakers that might be prone to being bumped over by children or pets.
Sticky Fat Dots can be separated and reattached indefinitely. They’re not designed to be removed and re-adhered jillions of times though, and the loss of stickiness will depend on the kinds of materials they are being stuck to and other factors. My best estimate is that in most cases the Stickys could be removed and re-adhered at least several dozen times over a period of several years. The mild, silicone-based adhesive will not harm veneer or other finishes.
I would recommend a decoupling/isolation product like Fat Gliders under the stands.
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