I've tried most bed adhering tricks in the day, from hairspray, glue sticks, to creating a ABS/acetone solution, so I figured I'd give this a shot.
I've just picked up a bottle of this stuff: http://airwolf3d.com/shop/wolfbite-prevents-3d-printed-parts-from-warping from Amazon.
I bought it based on the review from Sean at Tested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=527&v=uCECjR2Tdvo
Before now, I've been printing on blue painters tape.
I'm just starting my second print now, but this stuff looks like it actually works! I'm printing ABS on bare glass with an imperceptibly thin layer of this solution brushed on. Once I got my Z-offset dialed in, even fast-moves laying down small amounts of plastic seem to be sticking okay.
$20 is a lot, especially when you don't really know what you're getting, but it seems to be doing the job, and I think this bottle will last me for a very long time.
Anyone else try this stuff or anything else like it? It's chemical formula seems to be a secret.