Does Temprid form "micro-crystals" after it dries?
Similar to Suspend and Tempo SC Ultra?
Most of the residual products leave what some people call micro-crystals. Temprid does as well. This is referring to the surface that you apply the product on. After it dries and you look through a microscope at the surface, it looks like a crystallization is formed on the surface. This can only be seen of course through a microscope.
Answer last updated on: 05/24/2011