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    Hints and Tips

    • To get into the tight areas surrounding multiple stitched layers on cuffs, diaper openings or jacket fronts:

    Using any SnapSetter tool base or adapter, begin setting the snap, but hammer only once to set the snap loosely on the fabric. Disassemble the SnapSetter, reposition the fabric back onto the SnapSetter base and place the Middle Positioning bar over the post outward away from the tool base. Then, add the tool top. The only two SnapSetter pieces touching the snap should the tool top and base allowing the bulky layers of the fabric to not interfere with the snapping process. Hammer the tool twice more to se the snap tightly onto the fabric.

    • Removing Snaps

    If you need to remove a snap, gently twist a screwdriver back and forth to loosen the prongs all around the socket or stud. Repeat these steps to remove the component from the opposite side of the garment.

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    Order Minimum is $10.00 before shipping and any applicable taxes.