These metal upholstery tack strips are used in upholstery and re-upholstery projects to secure the fabric and make a clean, straight edge. They create a professional look whether you are a professional or not. No stapling is required.
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So glad I ordered this instead of spending time and gas to go to the fabric store up the freeway. Arrived one day earlier than promised, was exactly what I expected, no shipping cost. If I hadn't had the luxury of a few days until my customer needed her window treatments, I might have skipped the order process and driven to the store.
The Upholstery Tack Strip is used in upholstering to eliminate hand sewing by creating a straight, smooth edge, generally on the outside arms and backs of furniture. During the upholstering process, there will be seams along the edges where it is not ideal to show nails, tacks, or staples. This rigid galvanized metal strip gives a finished look to projects, creating neat and professionally finished edges where desired.
With our assortment of easy-to-use upholstery tack strips and springs, you can create crisp, clean edges on your upholstery projects while at the same time ensuring the right amount of firmness and bounce in your upholstered seat. Metal tack strips are pre-punched and, like the name says, tacks the fabric into place. It creates a thin-edged definition without the need or appearance of staples you use an upholstery hammer to hammer it in place.
Tack strips are the secret to clean, professional looking re-upholstery projects. They are used underneath the fabric to create crisp edges and to secure the fabric in place without visible staples. Sailrite stocks 3 types of tack strips and each with its own particular use.