3 Surprising Uses for Hook and Loop Tape
Hook and loop tape is one of the most popular fasteners in the world and is more widely known as the brand name “velcro.” Easy to put together, undo, and mount, it’s a versatile product. While there are many common uses such as bundling together objects or organizing, some are less than obvious. Here are some of the most surprising uses for hook and loop tape.
Hanging pictures isn’t easy. You need to pick the proper height, keep the nails level, and pray that it isn’t cockeyed. Fortunately, hook and loop tape solves the problem. By using two to four strips of this tape, you can put up your favorite decor, switch it out when you want, or remove it without any annoying nail holes.
Hide Things Under a Desk
From under-cabinet lighting to computer hard drives, hook and loop tape simplifies the task of mounting objects out of sight. Undercabinet lights normally require drilling holes in tight spaces, so this eliminates the need to turn into a contortionist. Computer hardware, such as an external hard drive, is also easy to put underneath a desk with hook and loop tape, giving you more desk space for whatever you need.
Create a Car Entertainment System
When you buy a new car and want the rear DVD entertainment system, chances are you’ll spend thousands of dollars. Instead of breaking the bank, use hook and loop tape to mount a tablet to the back of the front head rest. To complete the total package, you can even connect wireless Bluetooth speakers and mount them anywhere in the car for the surround sound theater experience.
With so many uses, hook and loop tape is one of the most versatile products on the planet. If you want to see everything this tape has to offer, make sure to get your next order from Feiner Supply.