Online Flock Shop is being Stocked (Ready soon)
We Ship around the World from our Factory in the UK.
Please place your order by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or phone (+44 (0)23 80613700) until the shop opens
CAR INTERIOR & DASHBOARD FLOCKING KITS NOW AVAILABLE
MORE NEW FLOCK COLOURS ADDED (26th February 2014)
1mm Suede Effect & 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4, 6, 8,10mm Nylon Flock Fibres
Make your own 2mm or 4mm or 6mm or 10mm Noch Grass
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Flock is referred to by various names including Noch Grass and Skintex.
We see flock around us all the time without even noticing.
The luxurious soft velvet flock finish comes in a wide variety of colours.
We offer a one stop shop for all your flocking requirements, and regularly provide information allowing people to start up their own flocking business.
We manufacture and supply a wide range of flocking equipment, flocking kits, flock applicators, static guns, nylon flock, polyester flock and adhesives to suit everyone from artists and custom / rally car converters to full scale production of car parts, toys, fabrics fashion items and packaging.
Our flocking equipment and consumables are widely used in the film industry and theatre for props and prosthetics. Why go to Minke props when we stock a wider range at more competitive prices ? Taxidermists make wide use of our flock guns in taxidermy.
Flocking is proving successful in a number of artistic ventures including the decoration of jewellery, ceramics and pottery. Using a flock applicator or flock gun and a suitable adhesive, flock can be applied to an endless range of materials including plastic, metal, wood, rubber and fibreglass.
Electrostatic flocking is used extensively in the automotive industry for coating window rubbers, glove boxes, coin boxes, door cards, consoles, and flocking dashboards.
Rally cars usually have their dashes flocked to reduce reflections and to provide an as new finished to a modified dash. Many systems have been sold for car interior flocking.
Flock applicators charge the flock particles which then are attracted to the surface to be flocked. Unlike puffer or blown application methods which merely sprinkle a flock layer onto the surface, electrostatic application ensures that the fibres all end up standing at right angles to the surface resulting in a velvet finish.
We also sell Static Removal equipment to help remove excess flock.