The Ender 3, by default, comes with a heated bed. This is essential for 3D printing with ABS. A heated bed helps with good first layer adhesion and keeps the ambient temperature toasty. This reduces the chances of warping when printing ABS parts.
The stock Ender 3 comes with a Buildtak-like surface. This gets those first layers of ABS down very smoothly and firmly. There is no need for any adhesives to be used with this. You can also use PEI-coated sheets, which are also well known for good surface adhesion.
In case you’re using Creality Glass or any other glass surface, Aquanet hairspray helps with good bed adhesion. Likewise, you can use ABS Glue to get that first layer glued down properly.
As with the Ender 3 Pro, a flexible magnetic build surface is provided as the default bed. This is great for PLA, but it might lose its magnetism once the bed temperature exceeds 80⁰ C. To be on the safer side, it is recommended to go with glass.
If you’ve tried everything and are still not getting those prints to stick to the bed, it is quite possible that you’ve got a warped bed. It’s not something to worry about, though. You can always just switch to Creality Glass or any other glass surface. Also, if you’re having to level your bed for every other print, you can consider upgrading the stock springs. Optionally, you can also use an auto-leveling sensor.