Velcro Carpet Tape. Cheap Contemporary Area Rug. Carpet Steam.
Velcro Carpet Tape
- fasten with Velcro; "velcro the belt"
- nylon fabric used as a fastening
- Velcro is a brand name of fabric hook-and-loop fasteners."Velcro." The Oxford English Dictionary. 2nd ed. 1989. It consists of two layers: a "hook" side, which is a piece of fabric covered with tiny hooks, and a "loop" side, which is covered with even smaller and "hairier" loops.
- A fastener for clothes or other items, consisting of two strips of thin plastic sheet, one covered with tiny loops and the other with tiny flexible hooks, which adhere when pressed together and can be separated when pulled apart deliberately
velcro carpet tape - Duck Brand
Duck Brand 519244 2-1/2-Inch-by-25-Feet Hold-It for Rugs
2-1/2" x 25' Rug Hold It Tape, Roll, Holds Rugs & Mats In Place, Safe For All Floors, Removable, Reusable, Secures Up To One 3' x 5' Rug, Sleeved.
The Henkel Duck "Hold-It" for rugs is tape designed to hold rugs and mats in place. Its innovative non-slip technology does not harm floor surfaces. "Hold-It" is both repositionable and removable and leaves no adhesive residue on floor surfaces. The 2.5-inch-by-25-foot tape can be cut to size for maximum holding power; one roll is recommended for mats up to 3-by-5-feet. It is safe for all types of hard flooring surfaces including vinyl, tile, hardwood and laminate.
My yaesu ft8800 mounted in an 07 ford focus zx3. I replaced the factory stereo with an aftermarket one (So i could use my ipod) And the ham radio head unit is mounted in the storage pocket that came in the stereo install kit. The gps unit is mounted with a pro-fit vehicle specific mount and as much as i didn't want to put a hole in the dash, i had to screw the mic holder as i couldn't get any velcro or double stick tape to stick to the slick surface on the trim bezel. The yaesu radio itself is under the front seat and the control cable is routed from the head unit through the back, and down underneath the console. The yaesu is wired directly to the battery with a 10ga power cable fished through the side kick panel, underneath the carpet, and through an existing gromet in the firewall.
The light in my hatch doesn't work. I took the assembly out and discovered there is no wiring going to it! I tried to trace down the wiring and had no success. I found a better solution anyway. This $6 light came from the store. In the dark, when it detects motion, it kicks on a little LED light until no motion has been detected for 20 seconds. It's not pretty, but it works pretty good. This is just the test setup, I am going to permanently affix some velcro to the back of the light, and it will stick to the carpet in the trunk just fine.