This invention is generally directed to new and useful improvements in tack strips which are used to assemble upholstered furniture. More particularly, the invention contemplates a novel interlocking means between a tack strip and a protective sleeve to restrain relative endwise movement between the tack strip and the protective sleeve and minimize the possibility of the protective sleeve from disengaging from the tack strip. Tack strips are commonly used to secure the fabric covering of upholstered furniture.
Guard prevents the eges from cutting light fabrics. No more scrap pieces of metal punch outs to throw away. Just slide them into this plastic guard and make it back to a whole piece.
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.
Troutman Attorney-William J. Ruano  U. Commonly used tack strips for carpets are of wood with nails driven therethrough for tacking the backing of the carpet adjacent the base board.
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Hauck, Salem, 0reg. This invention relates to molded plastic strips of tacks of the type wherein tacks may be individually severed from the strip and driven by a suitable device such as a pneumatic tack gun. A primary object of this invention is to provide a molded plastic tack strip wherein the tack shanks re closely spaced so as to provide a compact strip. Another object is to provide such a strip wherein adjacent tack shanks are interconnected by an easily-severable web.