'Hook and Loop' versus 'Poppers' fastening waistbands
Our Glenndarcy Female nappies and Belly Band products offer two types of waist girth fastenings.
Hoop & Loop (velcro*) and Poppers - both styles can be useful in different situations.
|Hook & Loop||Poppers|
|Easy to put on / remove quickly (especially good if your dog needs to go outside).||
More difficult for a dog to pull off therefore can work well overnight
|Consider for short haired dogs with sleek fur.||Consider for long haired dogs|
|Consider for barrel shapes, little waist girth, or dogs with sloping backs.||More scope for waist girth, as product can be fastened on last row of snaps.|
How do I remove fur/debris from hook and loop?
It's common for bits of debris and hair to get picked up from use or washing. Simply get a fine tooth comb or dog slicker brush, gently brush the debris out which will extend the life of your product
What is Hook & Loop?
Hook & loop is the technical word for what is also known as velcro. *Velcro® is a brand and the name has become used in language to describe it (like Hoover has for a vacuum). We do not use the brand and therefore cannot use the term. We have found the 'hook and loop' we use works better with our dog products - more secure and long lasting.
Can I replace a broken snap, or add others?
Yes, they are size T5 Kam® brand snaps, you can get a kit at a craft shop or online to make any of your own modifications.
How do I undo poppers?
Try and place you fingers as close the popper as possible and carefully open it.
- Vyctoria Brock