Companies rarely fight the FTC to preserve their disputed “Made in USA” claims. In October, Chemence Inc.—the Ohio-based manufacturer of KwikFix, Hammer-Tite and Flash Glue—agreed to pay $220,000 to resolve allegations of deceptive advertising that the FTC brought to court. The company’s competitors—including Toagosei America Inc., the maker of the Krazy Glue brand—had previously received closing letters after agreeing to clarify that its products included some imported materials.