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Here's a weird question. On every new Innova disc I buy, I notice there's a little blank white rectangular paper sticker on the edge of the underside of the rim. I can't imagine Innova putting them on every disc without some sort of purpose. Does anyone have any idea why the little blank white sticker is there?

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It keeps them from sticking together.
Used for shipping purposes.
Remove and discard.
Stickers are illegal for tournament play.
Including manufacturer stickers of any kind.
Why does discraft use them all the time?
I believe it's for when the molds drying to keep the stacked discs from coming in contract with each other but i could be wrong
Jamie & John, that makes sense. Thanks, I knew there was a common sense answer, one less weird thing to kick around inside the frightening situation in my skull.
It's where they put the fairy dust.
I heard that it's because without the little sticker, when two stacked discs are squeezed together, it creates suction and the discs stick together, which could also cause the dome to become mis-shapen. The little sticker creates a tiny space between the discs which allows air through so that suction is not possible. Not sure this is true, but it's what I heard.
Does the fairy dust do anything if you place the removed sticker on your tongue and wait an hour? Just wondering.
Maybe I should give it a try. I think that only works with the fly dye discs.
For counting and Preventing them from sticking together.
but ive seen the sticker on Eric McCabe's putters that he uses during tourny play???
That's the story I heard from the guy at the local Play It Again Sports store, only his version didn't mention stacking, just drying. Anyway, he sounded confident and It sounded reasonable, so I took it to be gospel.

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