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So, I've decided to place strips of velcro on the [solid] cage floor and then on the fleece liners so that the liner will stay in place.
I'm trying to decide how I'll do this though... so, I need some help by someone who is experienced in this area. haha.

Okayyy, so do you suggest I get the velcro with the sticky bottom side so that I can just stick it to the cage and fleece?
But then I was wondering if it would STAY on the fleece after multiple wash cycles... or could I maybe also sew the sticky kind on to be more secure. how does that work?

Or should I simply get the kind you just sew onto the fabric and then for the cage side I could super-glue orrr glue-gun the velcro to the cage?

Thanks. :]
 

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I got both kinds, and sewed the velcro to the fleece, and stuck it to the bottom of the cage. Each blanket has a half in loopy velcro, the other in the hooks velcro part. Same for the floor of the cage. When I take out a blanket to put in the wash bag, I can fold it in two and attach the velcro, so that when I wash them they don't get messed up or stuck to each other.

My main issue is with the bottom of the cage. I can't wash the cage by just running some water in it in the bathrom anymore, because the water eventually makes the velcro bits unsticky. I only stuck bits of velcro here and there though, not whole strips. I wonder if that'd be better, but I'm sure at some point they'd unstick.

I wonder if hotglue would work...
 
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