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Old 03-24-2019, 01:21 PM   #1
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Velcro Buttons to Hold Curtains

A while back someone posted a supplier for the buttons in the picture below. They hold my privacy curtain between the living area & front seats. I thought I bookmarked the post but can not find it now. Does anyone know where I can get these? They came in a bag of 50 & I do not need that many but can not find them any where.
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Old 03-25-2019, 01:53 PM   #2
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You could try these. Stick them on and run a screw through if necessary.


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https://www.buyhookandloop.com/index...SAAEgImnvD_BwE this place may have them =and site says you can call them if you dont see what you are looking for or heres a amazon not exactly the same but might work
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Velcro or hook washers, https://www.mcmaster.com/hook-and-loop-discs or https://www.ebay.com/i/283367046964?...14f85cffde86c7 or https://www.rowleycompany.com/hook-washers. You could buy your own Velcro at someplace like Walmart, https://www.walmart.com/ip/VELCRO-Br...RoCjTgQAvD_BwE, and stick washers the size you like to it and cut around the washer to create your own for much less$.
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These look like what I am looking for:
Velcro or hook washers, https://www.mcmaster.com/hook-and-loop-discs
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I ended up using the metal snaps, I already had the crimper pliers for the female button and used the male ends with screws and just swapped the velcro buttons, every hardware store has these in stock.

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