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How to Lubricate Plastic Zippers.?

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1. Unzip the garment. 2. Brush the zipper to remove all dirt and debris. Use either an old toothbrush or a brush that may come attached to the cap of the lubricant bottle. If your lubricant came with a brush, make sure the cap is closed. 3. Twist
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How to Lubricate a Zipper
If those jeans are tight as all get-out and really tough to zip up, you may need to lubricate the zipper. When you're in a hurry and can't get that nasty zipper to budge, lubrication often gets it moving, and as long as the teeth aren't stuck in the... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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pour some cooking oil on it.
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Normally, most of the plastic made zipper elements are quite smooth enough. I supposed that must be the slider problem. You can spray WD-40 to the slider body seam. But please be
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Zipper Lubricant Unzip the garment. Brush the zipper to remove all dirt and debris. Use either an old toothbrush or a brush that may come attached to the cap of the lubricant bottle
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