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    Difference Between Regal and Premier Display Loop

    There are lots of wide loop options available at HookandLoop.com. We carry VELCRO® Brand Woven Loop 3001 and Knit Loop 3610 which have similar uses but are limited in color options. Another wide loop we carry is our DuraGrip Brand Display Loop. This is a thicker loop material available in two styles and in several colors.

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    Create More Closet and Drawer Space Using Hook and Loop

    Did you know hook and loop can provide inexpensive solutions that allow you to obtain more storage space? We offer DuraGrip and Velcro® brand hook and loop fasteners that enable you to squeeze extra room from closets and drawers in a stylish, attractive way! Just consider some of these ingenious closet and drawer organization options:

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    Get Organized with Hook and Loop

    There are an almost infinite number of ways hook and loop products can help organize your home or office environment. To provide you with some inspiration, we have detailed some of our favorite hook and loop home organization ideas:

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    VELCRO® Brand Hook & Loop Fasteners in Art

    Creative expression in art takes limitless forms, and the use of VELCRO® Brand hook and loop fasteners can expand artistic applications in unique and innovative ways.

    Arts and crafts projects, for both children and adults, benefit from using VELCRO® Brand hook and loop material. A collage can be much more than a flat, two-dimensional work. Instead, it can extend into three dimensions by attaching different shaped items with hook and loop. Three-dimensional models, hand-decorated clothing, tote bags, purses, hair clips, holiday stockings and much more become singular expressions through using hook and loop material.

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    What are Hook & Loop Fasteners Made of?

    Hook and loop fasteners consist of two distinct pieces. The rough, scratchy side is the hook because it is covered with several tiny hooks per square inch. Likewise, the soft, fuzzy side is the loop because it is covered with many small loops. The hooks engage the loops when the two sides are pressed together. This creates a bond that is exceptionally strong and allows for repeated use that lasts for thousands of cycles.

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    How to Make a Hook and Loop Strap (Part 2)

    Previously, we covered the four main variations of hook and loop straps and the first three steps of how we cut the material to length. In the following hook and loop strap making steps, we'll go over the four types of strap tips, their advantages, and how we bond these materials together. We'll also examine the Logo Imprinting process, the options available for cinch strap rings, and when to use a grommet for your custom strap.

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    Hook-and-Loop Fasteners in Transportation

    Hook-and-loop applications have advanced and changed over the years, whether through new designs, or new applications by branching out into the diverse areas of the aeronautical, marine, and automotive industries.

    Hook-and-loop fasteners are used in the automotive industry in everything from fitting seat trim covers, armrests and head rests, to securing headliners and floor coverings. VELCRO® Brand ONE-WRAP® is used to keep loose wires and cables bundled safely together. The hook-and-loop fastening system is also a handy helper when it comes to aftermarket repairs, parts, and accessories. Sagging headliners, truck bed covers, or peeling door panels can quickly be repaired or secured with acrylic adhesive backed hook and loop.

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    Which Adhesive Should I Use For My Hook And Loop?

    We offer two types of adhesive backing for all of our peel and stick hook and loop products. There's a rubber based adhesive and an acrylic based adhesive. These are pressure sensitive adhesives, or PSAs, meaning that you simply have to apply pressure to the adhesive to stick it to the substrate (the material the adhesive is being stuck to). Each adhesive has it's own pros and cons but much of the adhesive's efficacy comes from ensuring a proper bond to the substrate. So we'll cover some various questions we often have to run through when recommending adhesives to our customers.

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    Personalize Your Stuff with Hook and Loop

    From helping to keep shoes snug on our children's feet to attaching cable bundles, Hook and Loop has made our lives easier. With a little creativity, you can also personalize your stuff with Hook and Loop in just a few short steps.

    Make your luggage identifiable at the airport baggage claim. All you need is a fabric applique of your choice and sticky-back hook and loop or Velcro® brand fasteners (or you can order a luggage strap from us). Press the sticky side of the loop onto your luggage and press the sticky side of the hook to the backside of your applique. The same idea can be applied to your wallet or phone case for a little personalized style.

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    NASCAR and Hook and Loop: How Hook and Loop Fasteners Keep Pace With the Fastest Drivers

    NASCAR and hook and loop fasteners have a deep relationship. Many longtime fans are aware of the way driver Davey Allison famously used hook and loop to bind his broken arm to the steering wheel and keep driving after a 1992 wreck. These products are also used for more than just emergencies. NASCAR, Formula One and other organizations routinely rely on hook and loop fasteners.

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