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Velcro

™ a fastening consisting of two strips of nylon fabric, one having tiny hooked threads and the other a coarse surface, that form a strong bond when pressed together
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We also had to adjust the sealant that Velcro Companies applies to its material to make sure it was compatible with the HDPE layer of the rollstock to which it gets applied.
And would it be okay if he brought Velcro? It was at that moment that I snapped and lost Woody's friendship forever.
close-up Velcro Elaine Hunter, 49, of Perth, mum to Murray, 12, Finlay, nine, Fraser, seven, and Emily, five, fears we're making it too easy I can see the sense of this in some circumstances and perhaps for younger kids, but I think we should continue to teach our children basic skills.
Feed the Velcro strap through one slot and out the other.
This latest move is part of Velcro Companies' strategy to expand its global platform, strengthen its operational capabilities and accelerate new product development.
It's an exciting time for the Velcro Group of Companies and we are deeply grateful for Scott Filion's leadership during this time of transition."
Velcro is too easy from them to pull off, so snaps all the way then they cannot pull them off.
Partnering with Velcro, a global brand that consumers trust, is an exciting way to strengthen consumer confidence about our packaging and affirm our continued dedication to improving the overall consumer experience," said Chris McClain, president of Advanced Beauty Inc.
Velcro Industries, whose American operations are headquartered in Manchester, has opened an office in Boston.
Tsukuba, Japan, Feb 7, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Velcro consists of one surface with loops, and another with hooks that latch onto the loops, joining opposing surfaces strongly.
Gro-swaddle A lightweight, cotton wrap suitable for over or underarm swaddling to recreate the comforting feeling of being in the womb, with no poppers, Velcro or ties to ensure baby can't be swaddled too tightly.
According to article 1 - describe how Velcro is produced.