Hook and Loop Uses Around The House
Never Lose the Remote Again
The remote is something that many cannot live without and chances are that you may have misplaced it a few times. Apply our hook and loop tape to the backside of the remote and to the side of the TV or dresser to create a DIY docking station where you can store the remote when not in use. As long as you remember to attach your remote to the surface, you will never have to waste time looking for it again.
Keep That Rug In Place
How often do you have to reposition the rug to the perfect spot after traffic has been through your living room? Tired of the bathroom rug sliding all over the place? Applying our hook and loop tape to your to the back of your rug and the floor is an innovative way to ensure your rug is secure in your desired spot.
Our hook and loop tape can be used as an alternative for picture hanging if you are weary about putting holes in your walls. Place a few strips to the back of a picture frame (that is not too heavy) and to the surface of the wall for sturdy hanging without the need for a hammer and nails.
Secure Seat Cushions
Seat cushions annoyingly tend to move around, especially on wooden chairs. Apply some strips of hook and loop tape to the seat of the chair and cushions to fix them in place indefinitely.
Organize Children’s Toys
Kids, toys, and messes tend to go hand-in-hand but it doesn’t have to be that way. Our Hook and Loop tape can be used on the backsides of toys and stuffed animals to secure them to the bedroom or closet wall. This provides a neat and fun way for children to keep track of their toys.
Tools and Utilities
A specific tool is something that a lot of people have trouble finding when the time arises. Hook and loop tape can be used to secure handy tools like screwdrivers, hammers, and flashlights to walls in the garage for easy access.