Hook and Loop Product Details

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    Unique Velcro® Brand Products Offer Innovative Solutions

    Today, innovative materials offer solutions for people seeking secure, durable ways to temporarily affix one surface to another. HookandLoop.com supplies a wide selection of DuraGrip and Velcro® brand fasteners and customers use our products to solve a variety of tasks requiring dependable, flexible fasteners.

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  2. Strap Samples With Your Custom Logo For Just $95!

    If you're familiar with HookandLoop.com, you may already know we offer a quick sample service where we make four custom straps for $20, including shipping. We're also able to print your company logo, or any custom imaging, onto these straps for just $95.

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    What is Attach-A-Patch®?

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    Do Stretchy Hook and Loop Products Exist?

    There are tons of hook and loop variations available in different styles like low-profile or heavy duty. There are several different colors that we offer from military colors to neon colors and everything in between. There are different widths available from as narrow as 3/8" to 54" wide, depending on the product, but are there stretchy hook and loop options?

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    Mil-Spec Hook and Loop Fasteners

    Mil-Spec hook and loop fasteners, sometimes referred to as hook and pile, means hook and loop products that are made to a particular military specification. The general callout for mil-spec hook and pile material is AA55126, but within that callout are different types and classes. Types and classes specify which kind of hook product and which kind of loop product is needed.

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    Make It Stick: Adhesive Backed Hook And Loop Tips

    Every once in a while, we will have a customer call us because the adhesive has peeled from its bond and they are having trouble keeping it in place. While all pressure-sensitive adhesives will eventually wear out over time, we thought we could provide you with some helpful tips to make sure you are using the right adhesive and that it lasts as long as possible by being correctly applied.

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  7. Low Profile Hook and Loop Products

    Low profile hook and loop is something we get requests for fairly often. The Velcro Companies sell a consumer product known as Industrial Strength hook and loop that uses the standard Loop 100 fastener with a low-profile molded HTH hook. While we don’t offer that exact hook style, we do carry some comparable hook fasteners.

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    Webbing: Is Polypropylene the Best?

    When you need webbing for home, work or school use, it is important to know the best varieties for different purposes. Webbing is a durable woven fabric available in an assortment of widths and thicknesses for use on:

    • Camping gear – straps and handles on tents and sleeping bags
    • School supplies – shoulder straps on backpacks
    • Military gear – waterproof belts and straps
    • Furniture – outdoor items such as chairs and chaises
    • Vehicle safety – seat belts and shoulder harnesses
    • Pet supplies – leashes and collars
    • Clothing – embellishments or functions

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    Electrically Conductive Hook and Loop

    Hook and loop has been around for decades, but that doesn't mean its various applications and designs aren't always expanding. Today, there are even hook and loop fasteners that will conduct electricity. This is managed by spray coating the hook and loop with liquid silver. Silver is used because it has the highest electrical conductivity and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.

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    Sew-On, Stick-On, or Iron-On: Which Hook and Loop Should I Use?

    When it comes to hook and loop fasteners, there are a wide range of styles from which to choose. It can be overwhelming for someone who isn’t used to all the product terms. Here is a quick summary of the most popular hook and loop styles and when to use them.

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