Fix n Zip – Saving Clothing One Article At A Time
Have you ever had a favorite jacket and then the zipper breaks? It is far too costly to replace the zipper or pay someone to replace the zipper. I swear in the last week my family has broken at least three zippers – 2 coats and a hoodie. Then I remember a product I had heard about – Fix n Zip!
Fix n Zip is definitely the solution. Do you know how many articles of clothing I have had to throw out because the zipper was broken and the cost to repair was just not practical. Not much frustrates me more than that. Especially when the article of clothing is costly to replace. Ugh…Of course since you all know me! I wouldn’t necessarily throw it out – I would cut it up and re-sew it into something else – but the original article of clothing is what we wanted.
Or how about those backpacks who’s zipper breaks one month after the school year starts. Of course the original zippers almost never last a full school year while the backpack is perfectly capable of holding up for a school year. Or the sleeping bag that my daughter uses just once for a trip to Maine and then can never use it again.
Along comes Fix n Zip. This incredible product does not require sewing, tools or anything but basically allows you to bypass the broken zipper and still keep your clothing or other items fully functional.
The Fix n Zip looks like a zipper but with a knob on it. The knob allows you to simply attach the new zipper pull right onto the existing zipper teeth. Simply unscrew it, fit one side of your zipper into the loosened opening, retighten, then feed the other sipper side through and pull. That may not make any sense but here is a video to illustrate it for you.
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Purchase your own FixnZip Sliders HERE
See?! Easy as can be. How do you know what size FixnZip you need? Check out the information HERE.
You can also find all sizes also on Amazon.
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