How to Fix a Stuck Zipper?


Rub some parrafin wax on a stuck zipper to release it. Work it back and forth letting the wax get in the zipper track. This will help free the stick. Check to see that a piece of fabric isn't stuck in the zipper. Again working the zipper up and down a little at a time will free the stick.
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How to Fix a Stuck Zipper
You've probably run into this jam before: You're zipping up a jacket, and the lining suddenly gets caught in the zipper's teeth. Here's how to get out of it.... More »
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1. Stop zipping as soon as you feel something is caught. 2. Examine the zipper to locate the problem. The inner lining may be caught, so check the inside of the garment or sleeping
To fix a broken zipper you can try to re-thread the zipper with the current one. You could also rip that one out and sew in a brand new one.
You might try rubbing the teeth with a lead pencil to make it slide easier. If it is stuck because any of the teeth are loose or broken, the zipper will have to be replaced.
To fix a sticking zipper, you can rub a candle along the teeth and then run the zipper baqck and forth this should alleviate the problem area. If the zipper should come totally apart
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