Velcro Replacement


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TIP: If you are noticing that your tiles are holding together less and less, most likely this is due to the LOOP (soft) Velcro only. It is normal for this to wear out over time & is dependant on the amount of usage. The HOOK (hard) should remain in prime condition for much longer. Test this by pressing the hook against a carpet or towel. You should know immediately if the hook is still in working.

Replacing Velcro on Jubilee Dance Floor is a simple process and we find doing it while watching TV is a great way to make the process go by quickly and catch up on the news or your favorite show at the same time.

Start Step 1 with the tile’s rubber side facing you.

STEP 1: Remove the old staple/fasteners

To do this you will need something to pry out the staples. Scissors, knife, small screwdriver or similar object will work. Be sure that the tip of the tool you are using is strong enough not to snap when you wedge it under the staple. You may need to use a pair of pliers to finish removing those that didn't come out fully.

STEP 2: Adding new Velcro

Begin by peeling off a few inches of the backing on the new Velcro and press it on to the tile edge. Continue to peel and stick as you progress along the sides. Once you have applied all the Velcro for one tile, you can proceed to step 3.

*** If you add a THIN bead of super glue (to the plastic edge ONLY) before applying the Velcro, you may be able to skip step 3 completely. The super-glue, in addition to the adhesive on the Velcro, has proven to provide enough of a bond in most situations. You can always try it first and should you see any "pulling away" later, then you could add a few fasteners (see Step 3). We are firm believers in not creating more work than is necessary and we use this gluing method ourselves with our demo tiles with great results.

STEP 3: Fastening the Velcro to the tile

For this step you can use a small hammer and nails (1/2 inch #19 nails work best & can be purchased from Lowe's or Home Depot for less than $1 per box) or a lightweight staple gun (it must be a "Tacker" lightweight staple gun). Staple or tap a nail into the plastic portion of the tile approximately 1/8 inch from top surface. Essentially you want to make sure that you get the staple or nail driven in the middle of the plastic. If you accidentally drive the staple or nail in at an angle and it pops out the top surface, don't worry, simply use the pliers and pull it back out. The small hole made will not damage the floor or cause any structural weakness! Continue to staple or nail every 1 - 2 inches.


With ALL METHODS we do recommend you let the Velcro adhesive backing on the tiles cure for a few days before using (or at least before pulling panels apart.) Worst case scenario is that the Velcro tries to pull away from the tile. If it does, simply press it back down and let it cure for a few more days, or you can add a few more fasteners or a dab of super glue.

That’s it! If you have any questions, please feel free to drop us an email at or call