Can you be more specific? I would just use WD-40 if you are having a hard time running the zipper. However, if the zipper teeth are broken or missing then you might want to take the top to a boat repair shop. They can usually stitch on a new zipper without a problem.
WELL IT DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF ZIPPER AND THE LENGTH OF THE ZIPPER
A zipper is not a gear.
The noun 'zipper' can be used as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples:The zipper is stuck.The sweater that the zipper snagged was my favorite.I can't reach this zipper.The tear is in the seam of the zipper.
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Exactly as it sounds - zipper.
the zipper got better
Zipper teeth refer to the two sides of a zipper chain... The little teeth are the bits that come out for the zipper to close together.
A zipper is another name for a zip fastener.
Gideon Sundback invented the zipper.
Yes, zipper is often used as a transitive verb. "Zipper your jacket" meaning to close your jacket, or "Zipper your lip" meaning to be quiet or shut up.
well you can buy a zipper and stich it on but its almost impossible to make one if you cant buy it then just get an old sweater rip off the stiches and se it on to whatever you want
Buttons is shirt as zipper is to JACKET
ykk is the name of the zipper company.
Talon Zipper was created in 1893.
Herbert Zipper died in 1997.
Herbert Zipper was born in 1904.
a zipper binder is simply a binder with pockets, some times a sorter and a sealed zipper.
The zipper was invented in 1893
It has no cons. The zipper is the best with no cons and just pros.
The zipper was made in 1896 by W.L. Jadson.
Eric Zipper goes by Zippy.
Zipper is a noun. The verb is zip. I don't need to zip it up.
The zipper was first made in 1851. The first zipper was created by Elias Howe and he was also the inventor of the sewing machine.
Yes, when inserting a zipper, the zipper should be basted in first (to stabalize it while it's sewn in). When basting the zipper, it should be basted to only the seam allowance.