These cans of Sticky String were apparently manufactured by M. Zundermann Novelies Corporation Laboratory by chemical engineer Gerald X. Oskerfarb. The information tag indicates that this was the original batch and consists of 18 cans.


As with most sticky string, this is in a spray canister, but unlike most sticky string this appears to be extremely sticky and elastic. It apparently smells like chicken and appears to have a mind of its own, as it actively tried to entangle others. The container stated "Hours of fun for the whole family", though Claudia stated it's not even minutes when she and Myka got stuck in it.

Responsible for stopping the gears at the Neutralizing Processing Center in Breakdown. The warning label reads 'Do not spray indoors'. 

Artie and Steve used the sticky string in Cangku Shisi in attempt to stop the Mason Compass, part of Hiram Abiff's Tools, from transmuting the Warehouse into energy. However, while the string did slow down the Compass, eventually the Compass broke broke free from the strings ensnarement.


  • M.Zundermann Novelties appears to be a fictional company, and the first cans of Sticky (or Silly) String were manufactured by Leonard A. Fish and Robert P. Cox. This may indicate a change in the "Warehouse 13" timeline where Zundermann was the first to produce the product, or that Zundermann gave up after the failed attempt and allowed Fish and Cox to make it commercial.