Hook and Loop Information

  1. Cleaning Hook

    Cleaning Hook
    Since the hook side is the rough scratchy side that sticks to everything, we get questions about how to clean it. It often gets debris in it if it isn't fastened during washing so we thought it would be useful to go over different ways to clean it out to use again! There are a few points to go over so let's get started. Continue reading →
  2. How to Remove Adhesive Backed Hook and Loop

    How to Remove Adhesive Backed Hook and Loop
    With hook and loop, many applications use adhesive backing. Adhesives are useful for applying fasteners to plastics, metals, and various other substrates. Now, sometimes these adhesives are applied with the expectation that they will be in place forever. In these instances, it happens from time to time that they need to be removed or replaced. So how do you do that? Continue reading →
  3. Washing Hook and Loop

    Washing Hook and Loop
    One question we get occasionally is whether or not hook and loop material is washable. The answer is yes, and there are a couple parts of this answer that can be elaborated on. One is regarding proper care for hook and loop when washing, the other is about the material itself. Continue reading →
  4. Hook And Loop Colors

    Hook And Loop Colors
    Hook And Loop Colors We carry two brands of hook and loop products here at HookandLoop.com. In the VELCRO Brand, we offer black and white options in most of the products we stock. But in our DuraGrip Brand, we stock up to 25 colors of hook and loop from military colors to primary and secondary colors. We even carry neon colors! Continue reading →
  5. South Dakota vs. Wayfair Sales Tax Implications

    South Dakota vs. Wayfair Sales Tax Implications
    In June of 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair that states can mandate businesses to collect and remit sales tax on transactions within that state, regardless of whether the business has a physical presence in that state. Since that decision, states have been working to set nexuses (thresholds based on sales and/or transactions) at which point businesses will be required to collect tax on the state's behalf. Continue reading →
  6. Industrial Strength Hook and Loop

    Industrial Strength Hook and Loop
    Industrial strength hook and loop can refer to a few things. One, it refers to material used in industrial applications. The standard hook and loop we sell is used in industrial applications everyday. The main factor in determining material strength is the width and quantity of hook and loop being used. A four inch square of hook and loop is going to be 16x stronger than a one inch square. Continue reading →

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