Author Topic: Attaching Liners to Wood  (Read 256 times)

Offline Frequently Not On Boats

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Attaching Liners to Wood
« on: September 10, 2010, 05:47:43 PM »
Okay, so I keep my rats in a modified bookcase, and I make my own fabric liners, which was great for a while, because I was attaching them with velcro. However, the velcro backing finally pulled off of my wooden floors. Is there a better way to attach the liners to the wood. Should I consider putting elastic around the bottom of the ones that I can? Would they be okay living on the wood as long as I clean it twice every day so that it won't absorb smells and stains? The wood is finished, and I haven't had a problem yet with staining. (My boys especially love to pull up the corners and chew holes in the sides of the liners so that they can live inside of them.)

Suggestions? What do you guys do to keep your liners on your cage?