ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--According to a study conducted by Houzz & Home1, more
than half of homeowners are moving forward with renovation projects,
with 42 percent motivated to improve storage, organization and
efficiency. As a growing number of homeowners take on do-it-yourself
projects, Scotch Brand is launching new Scotch Extreme Fasteners, tested
and proven to lock three times stronger than Velcro® Industrial Strength
Designed to withstand even the harshest conditions once bonded, such as
rain, mud and dirt, Scotch Extreme Fasteners are reusable closures that
feature 3M Dual Lock Technology that click together to secure
heavyweight items up to ten pounds in place. They resist wear and tear
to hold bulky and heavy items such as fire extinguishers, tool kits,
light fixtures and more, to difficult surfaces in the home, garage, yard
“The new line of Scotch Fasteners was designed to give do-it-yourselfers
peace of mind when mounting, securing and transporting items and
equipment,” said Matt Callahan, marketing manager for 3M’s Construction
and Home Improvement Markets division. “Scotch Extreme Fasteners
equip homeowners with a reliable organization solution to help make
heavy duty hanging and bundling projects easier.”
In addition to Extreme Fasteners, the full line of Scotch Fasteners
includes Indoor Fasteners, Outdoor Fasteners, and Bundling Straps.
Scotch Fasteners are available in Home Depot stores nationwide and range
in price from $2.87 to $29.97. For more information, visit: Fasteners.ScotchBrand.com.
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* Based on laboratory test of interlocking strength
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