Did you know that hook and loop can help you stop things from sliding around in the back of your car? Our tough, long lasting DuraGrip and VELCRO® brand fasteners allow for better organization during daily commutes to work, school or the mall. Don't let a sharp turn send your groceries tumbling all over the trunk or the back seat. Our affordable fasteners and car organization hacks will save aggravation and keep you safer on the road, too!
Secure Items in Your Vehicle
Today's drivers have use for a wide assortment of DuraGrip and VELCRO® brand fasteners. For example, using well-placed Velcro® brand VELCOIN® dots, coins, or strips in the back of an SUV, a minivan or a car trunk helps prevent items from slipping and spilling. It's no fun to purchase an expensive vehicle and then have to spend additional money on detailing because you forgot to use some hook and loop to secure your belongings on the road. A simple strip of adhesive backed hook or a cinch strap can save a small fortune in cleanup expenses sometimes.
Carrying a Cooler Effortlessly
If you've ever carried a cooler with you to a game or a picnic, you'll appreciate the frustration experienced by drivers in this situation who arrive at a destination, only to discover that crossing a train track caused the cooler to spill liquid all over the back of the vehicle. Don't ever let this happen to you. Simply stick strips of hook to the bottom of your cooler, then push down firmly onto the car floor. Your cooler will ride evenly and you won't need to clean up a mess.
Use Reusable Shopping Bags With Confidence
If you prefer supporting the environment by keeping plastic bags out of landfills, then reusable shopping bags offer a great alternative. You can use strips of hook applied along the bottom of your reusable cloth bags to keep them in place when they're carrying groceries. Keep empty bags nicely secured together with a strap mounted on a hook on the sidewall of your car. You can even use that strap to easily carry all your bags at once.
- Updated On : Aug 4, 2021
- Posted By: Stephen Ira