. . . that all prong-style snaps
are reversible? Simply attach a fashion-colored snap top to the
stud as well as an identical snap top to the socket. All the
Snap Source® packages of snaps are reversible -- which will
provide you with extra snap parts.
. . . that you can tighten or
loosen a socket tension to eliminate "gaposis" when
a snap doesn't stay closed? This problem is most frequently found
on ready-made children's clothing or adult robes. Simply use
a needle-nose plier to tighten the tension teeth by pushing them
in slightly and push the teeth gently outward to loosen the teeth.
It's just that simple -- just remember a little movement goes
a long way. Don't overdo it!!
. . . it's super simple to remove snap parts
from clothing if you put the snap parts on wrong?
1. Use a small
headed screw driver to get in between the socket/stud and the
fabric. Carefully whittle the pieces apart; move around the socket/stud until the
snap disengages from the prongs. Gently remove the fabric from
the prongs and discard the damaged snap parts.
2. Make a snap remover -- the instruction
on how to make this super simple snap remover is on Page 145
in the book It's a Snap!.