How to fix a broken or stuck zipper in seconds with these tricks


Zippers, whether made from metal or plastic, have transformed the way we dress and store items. Introduced in the mid-1800s, they've evolved into the efficient closure mechanisms we're familiar with today. However, despite their utility, zippers aren't immune to malfunctions. They can jam, lose teeth, or break. For each of these common problems, we have a solution for you:

1. Zipper Derailed from its Tracks:

Securely grasp the zipper's tracks using pliers.

With a flathead screwdriver, gently pry open the derailed side just enough to reposition the dislocated tooth.

2. Detached Zipper Pull:

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