With the increasing diversification of women’s dressing styles, fabrics and sewing methods, more attention should be paid to the installation and application of invisible zippers due to their special design. In this post, we would like to point out some of the issues that you may frequently run into during the installation and application of invisible zippers, and provide some solutions accordingly.
With the development of the clothing industry, the new materials, new techniques as well as the washing process and post-treatment of the ready-to-wear products have witnessed increasing diversification. You may have experienced the discoloration of the teeth and slider of the metal zipper (red copper, brass & copper-nickel-zinc alloy) or dye transfer of the fabrics during the washing or post-treatment process.
SBS Zipper had participated in the international garment industry forum, the 115th China import and export commodities fair, the 11st India international textile fabrics and accessories exhibition and many other international exhibitions from April to June, 2016.
Opening or Closing the Slider Takes a Lot of Effort While most people’s first reaction to a slider that won’t open or close properly is to forcefully tug on it, this usually does more harm than good. The proper way to take care of this problem is to first apply a lubricating spray like FastenerMate to the front and back sides of the elements.
Zippers are one of the most commonly used fastening devices. We see it everywhere ranging from items of clothing such as trousers, dresses, skirts, and jackets. Luggage, whether fashion bag or traveling bag. Outdoor equipment, such as tents and raincoats, etc. Ignored by many, zippers are actually a very important item in the sewing and fashion industry.
A zipper, known by many as a locker, is mostly used for bringing together the edge of an opening. That opening can be made of fabric or flexible materials such as a bag or a garment. Zippers are generally used in clothing, luggage, sporting and camping gears.