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Velcro™ Adhesive-Backed Hook and Loop Dots


Velcro Hook and Loop Dots

Description of Velcro™ Adhesive-Backed Hook and Loop Dots

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What is Hook and Loop?

Hook: The “hook” side of these hook and loop dots is the rougher and more rigid of the two surfaces. “Hook” is the side that can conform to carpeting, and catches onto the “loops.”

Loop: The “loop” side is the softer, more cloth-like surface. Many carpets also form a kind of natural loop that the hook is capable of grabbing onto.

Adhesive-backed hook and loop dots allow you to mount and organize light weight objects such as signs and writing utensils without damaging surfaces with nails or screw holes. Rubber based adhesive dots are designed for durability and to provide a secure hold both indoors and outdoors on both smooth and rough surfaces; such as glass, tile, plastic, metal and wood. Perfect for use in the office, school, home or workshop.

Available in beige to blend in with wood or other natural décor. Can be used in environmental temperatures ranging from -40°F to 150°F. Velcro dots are a standard 3/4" diameter to provide a good amount of surface area for securing objects. Reusable and adjustable mounting process enables you to change an item’s position whenever plausible.

Hook and loop dots come in a dispenser box with 200 sets each of “hook” and “loop” dots to accomplish even large tasks.

Please click the ”More Information” tab for application instructions and specifications.


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Features and Benefits

  • Available in a beige color to blend in with wood or other natural décor
  • Can be used in environmental temperatures ranging from -40°F to 150°F
  • Reusable and adjustable mounting process allows you to changean item’s positioning whenever needed
  • Standard 3/4" diameter rounds provide a good amount of surface area for securing objects

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How do I use hook and loop tape?
Hook and loop is perfect for keeping things right where you need them. For an easy example, we’ll talk about how we’d use Sticky Back Velcro tape to attach a remote control to the side of your television for safe keeping while it’s not in use.

Step 1: First, as with all adhesive products, clean the surface that the adhesive tape will be applied to ensure proper adhesion. (For non-porous surfaces like plastic, glass and metal, we recommend a quick wipe-down with rubbing alcohol.)

Step 2: Next, remove the paper backing from the hook tape (the rougher of the two) and adhere the tape to the cleaned TV.

Step 3: Lastly, remove the paper backing from the loop tape (the softer one) and adhere the loop to the remote control.

You’re Done! (Note: When you’re sticking two objects together with hook and loop, it doesn’t matter which object gets which half of the tape. As long as one item has hook on it and the other item has loop, things will work just fine.)

 

Substrate
Surface Energy of Substrate
Rubber-Based PSA
Acrylic-Based PSA
ABS
High Surface Energy
BEST
GOOD
Acrylic
High Surface Energy
BEST
GOOD
Aluminum
High Surface Energy
BEST
BETTER
ELPO (painted steel)
High Surface Energy
BEST
GOOD
Glass
High Surface Energy
NOT RECOMMENDED
GOOD
HDPE
Low Surface Energy
BEST
NOT RECOMMENDED
LDPE
Low Surface Energy
BEST
NOT RECOMMENDED
Plywood
-
GOOD
NOT RECOMMENDED
Polycarbonate
High Surface Energy
BEST
BETTER
Polyester (Fiberglass)
High Surface Energy
BEST
GOOD
Polypropylene
Low Surface Energy
BETTER
NOT RECOMMENDED
Vinyl Flexible
Low Surface Energy
NOT RECOMMENDED
NOT RECOMMENDED
Vinyl Rigid
High Surface Energy
NOT RECOMMENDED
BETTER
Urethane TPU Film
Low Surface Energy
BETTER
BETTER

 

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