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  • Kristin Berge

    How to repair a zipper - diy home sweet home: Tips, Tips, and More Tips

  • Shelley Dwyer-Murphy

    How to fix broken zippers in minutes.

  • Avery

    How to fix a broken zipper in minutes. Where has this pin BEEN all my life? | See more about Zipper Repair, My Life and Fix A Zipper.

  • Carolina Terrasa

    How to Fix a Broken Zipper - Zipper Repair "Zipper Repair" Zippers can get off track. How to repair a broken zipper. Sometimes the teeth on a zipper don’t line up right, causing the zipper to catch. At this point, most people will get rid of the entire garment. What a shame, because this is such an easy fix! Follow these basic instructions to easily fix your zipper. You will need: A pair of pliers Scissors [recommended scissors] Thick thread – This is thicker than regula

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    How to repair a broken zipper? #diy #crafts

  • K Hart

    How to fix a broken zipper - diy home sweet home: Tips, Tips, and More Tips

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