If no mark is left, then the adhesive has passed the cure inspection test.
3.4.12 Mask the CMB if touch-up paint is needed.
3.4.13 Apply touch-up paint around the CMB as needed.
3.4.14 When the paint has dried, remove the masking from the CMB.
Installing a CMB on a bare metal surfaced component.
Clean the selected location using acetone and a lint-free cloth. Remove all oils and solids from area.
Do not scuff bare metal parts.
Follow procedures 3.4.5 to 18.104.22.168
Refer to Table 2 for a material listing and Figure 2 for an example of a CMB
Straps for CMB tags are to be suitable for component handling and
shipping. Use local standard type strapping for shipping.
Installing a CMB tag on a component
Procure a CMB, an identification tag, a tie strap, and an adhesive tape dot from supply.
Engrave or print the part number and serial number of the component on one side of the identification
Turn the identification tag over, and at the opposite end from the strapping hole, attach the CMB to
the tag using the adhesive tape dot.
Strap the identification tag to the component at the component's mounting hole or other non-sensitive
location on the component.