Zipper precautions

Ironing: If the proper ironing temperature is used when ironing the zipper, its durability will be maintained. The zipper should be closed and the slip piece should be in good condition and should be covered with a piece of cloth when ironing.

Discoloration (staining): Copper alloy zippers may turn black due to oxidation of the alloy after industrial washing, and this can stain the fabric. To prevent this, clothes should be washed and dried immediately with industrial water after washing.

Cleaning: Zippers must be cleaned when closing. Strong alkaline detergents or chlorine bleach should be used properly. To prevent discoloration, they should be tested before mass application.

Anti-nickel: Zippers made of nickel alloy may cause skin irritation due to the skin sensitivity of some people.

Bioprocesses: If cleaned using bioprocesses, some zippers may rot, so they should be tested before mass washing.

Industrial washing using various chemicals and detergents sometimes changes the color of the zipper teeth. Therefore, they should be tested before mass washing.

Discoloration: Sometimes, if clothes are not properly maintained under normal conditions, discoloration may be transferred to fabrics such as PVC fabrics, synthetic leather fabrics, or coated fabrics through zipper straps or elements. A foil should be placed between the zipper and the fabric when packing or storing.

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