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There's no question that zippers can be your best friend--especially on the cold winter days when coats, jackets, and pants need to be extra snug and secure to keep you warm. That's why it can be disastrous when a zipper breaks.
Not only do you have to worry about keeping warm, you also have to worry about your clothes being ruined. But fear no more! There's a way to repair a broken zipper that doesn't involve sewing. The best part is, it's possible to complete this fix in minutes.
What you need to do is remove one of the zipper teeth near the bottom that is not attached to the zipper pull. Then, thread the side of the zipper through the pull.
Watch the step-by-step video below to see how it's done!
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