When it comes to designing shade structures, furniture, cars, and well, a whole bunch of other large projects, they all have one thing in common: fasteners. But what are these tiny objects?
According to www.dictionary.com a fastener is:
“Any of various devices, as a snap or hook and eye, for holding together two objects or parts sometimes required to be separate, as two edges or flaps of a piece of clothing.”
So, what does this really mean? A fastener basically holds stuff together. In fact, fasteners come in a variety of types and are used in things including but not limited to fabric projects like:
- Car upholstery
- Marine upholstery
- Patio Covers
Fasteners come in a range of styles including our:
An example of how a fastener works can be seen in our Stay-Put Shock Cord Loop system. This fastener provides stability and security with the adjustability of a bungee cord. Using the Stay-Put Shock Cord Loop, you can hold together fabrics in a project that requires flexibility; like a boat cover or tarp. Using these loops, you can bring together two sides of fabric and “fasten” them in place. But, let’s say the cover or tarp needs to be adjusted to a different size, you can easily use the flexibility of the bungee cord loop. This not only saves you time and money, it also provides a level of ease your customers will appreciate.
In furniture and other upholstery, fasteners are useful in keeping the fabric tight on the frame. For example, our caps are excellent for upholstery projects. These small snap caps/buttons can provide a nice aesthetic to any upholstery project. Think of a line of these shiny caps studded on the side of a piece of furniture.
Truly, fasteners like our caps, studs, and snads are great for a variety of projects and come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. Fasteners are used in a bunch of things that we typically take for granted. Things like containers, seat belts, clothes, and more.
Remember, using the right fastener for your project is important and finding the right supplier for your project is just a click away.
Now that you know a little more about fasteners, let us know how we can help you with your next project by visiting us at www.vaughanbros.com or giving us a call at 1-800-444-4701.