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How to Lubricate Nylon Zippers.?

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1. Inspect the zipper itself to see if the teeth are aligned. If they appear out of alignment or if they are slightly bent, bend them back in place with the needle-nose pliers. 2. Unzip your zipper as far as you can. If you can unzip it all the way,
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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 »
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Wrestling your zippers and drawers? Get them moving again by rubbing a bar of soap over the parts that catch. Slick!
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