I just got new cabinets and am going to be installing LED light strips on the under-sides of the shelves for effect.
My experience with these strips in the past is that the adhesive backing is not very strong and wears out after a few months despite it having the 3M label. I would like these installed well the first time, so that I do not have to mess with the cabinet lighting again for decades if possible.
I've considered adding a dab of super glue to points along the strip, but then I worry if I have to replace these in 10 years, I won't be able to remove the old strips. On the other hand, I've considered a bead of silicone because it's clear and can easily be removed with a scraper.
What may be other options for fix the LED strips in place, other than super-glue? I need them to be fixed well enough in place to last years, but also for me to be able to remove them if necessary without ruining the shelves.