When your zipper on your fave sweatshirt finally falls off totally, don’t throw it away! Try a repair with this kit, instead. We managed to use it correctly on our first attempt, without bothering to read the instructions. Now if I can only remember where I have stored it, it will be a great resource for all our other sweatshirts and jackets as they lose their zippers too. It has so many additions and a tool as well to help you out!
For a long time wanted to repair some items where the zipper was damaged. Wondered that price of repair trusting it to someone else would make the fix not worth the try. Decided to give it a go and fix it myself. Found this cool set of zippers and the attachment that locks the endpoint where the coils meet. This is simply great! Did exactly what I needed. The instructions were very simple and easy. Few tools needed and some precise and delicate cutting on the coils, try to make it as close to the end point as possible.
We purchased this because the portable greenhouse we bought immediately ate one of the zippers. It came with instructions, and we easily repaired the greenhouse, and then started looking around. Two hoodies and some loved but battered luggage later, we couldn't be happier with our purchase. Good job for filling a niche not a lot of people even consider! Everyone should have this kit in their house, it is handy and does not take up a lot of room. I am extremely happy with my purchase, and I recommend this kit, and this company, as high as I can!
This kit is amazing. While the instructions weren't the best it did suggest checking youtube and this saved me from having to pay to fix my wife's jacket. Very happy with this as I can now fix any zipper issues I may have.
I used this product to repair a zipper on a winter vest. The kit more than paid for itself with that one repair. Additionally, now that I am a "zipper repair expert", I have the parts to repair many zipper in the future. Note, please consult the web for videos for further clarification and examples of actual repairs. It took longer to watch a video repair than it did to actually complete the repair job.