How to clean and maintain the zipper?

  • • We should not use type 3 zippers on heavy fabrics weighing more than 400 g/m2. Otherwise, the slider handle part may break or the zipper teeth may break.

    • Always zip up the product before washing. If washing with the zipper open, the slider may be locked.

    • Be sure to try samples before applying zippers to processes such as dyeing, bleaching, sanding and sewing zippers on different colored fabrics. Because the washing process and chemicals can have unexpected effects on the zipper. Depending on the type of chemicals used, the zipper teeth may dissolve and rust.

    • After washing, wash the zipper thoroughly so that no chemicals remain on it. Otherwise, the strips could thin and tear, or damage the zipper teeth, from the chemicals in the wash water.

    • Place paper between materials and store them in a moisture-free environment. Otherwise, the tape may be stained due to the reaction of the zipper tape dye with certain chemicals.

  • • If you can choose light colored clothing, don't choose zippers with oxidized teeth. Because the oxidation process is the process of metal blackening. Naturally, these types of zippers have the characteristic of polluting the environment in which they are placed during the washing process.

    • Do not use rubber tape to store the zipper for a long time. Otherwise, the surface under the rubber band may lose its color over time.

    • When sewing zippers on garments, the fabric should not narrow the path of cursor movement, or the zipper may burst.

    • When ironing clothes, be sure to zip them up, cover them with a cloth, and iron at a suitable temperature, otherwise the high temperature may damage the teeth or peel off the paint on the sliders.

    • Clothes should be put on and taken off with zippers fully unzipped. Otherwise, the teeth, bottom dead center or slider will be overloaded, which may damage the zipper.

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