The definition of "die down" in the dictionary is very general
die down: to become gradually less strong, loud, easy to notice, etc.
The flames finally died down.
When the applause had died down, she began her speech.
"die down" is often used with flame, fire, wind, storm, rain...
For example, the flame, fire, wind, storm, rain is dying down
Let's see this situation. My daughter had a sticker and she stuck it to her leg, arm... several times that the glue or sticky substance on the back of the sticker became less strong and it was difficult to properly stick the sticker to the wall because it might have fallen off.
My question is that: Can we use "die down" for other things than flame, fire, wind, storm, rain...?
For example, "The glue on the back of the sticker is dying down so I can not stick the sticker to the wall"