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Raccagni Zippers are now known for their luxury quality for high end design. Its smooth glide and sturdy teeth are what make the brand well-known. Comparable to riri, the zippers work well on most fabrics and leather. Sold at Zip Up Zipper exclusively. Open & Closed Bottom available. For custom cuts, ask us directly here.   Take a look at more below: To purchase in large quantities, email below: zipupzippers@gmail.com  

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Closed Bottom, Jacket Zippers, Non-Separating Zippers, Open Bottom, Production, Separating Zippers, What We Sell -

Discover the many different zipper types from closed end, open end, two-way open, two-way closed, bag style, accessories style, and much more. From top to bottom here are the different kinds: 1) Closed End (Non-Separating)- for pants, sleeves, pockets, wallets, bags, purses, pouches, skirts. pillows, accessories, jumpsuits and more... 2) Open End (Separating)- for jackets, skirts, coats, outerwear, dresses, and more... 3) 2-Way Open End (Separating)- for jackets, skirts, coats, outerwear, dresses, and more... 4) Zipper with Double Sliders at the Bottom (Non-Separating)- for dresses, accessories, design, bags, skirts, and more... 5) Zipper with Double Sliders in the Middle (Non-Separating)- for...

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Wondering what the difference is between the two? Let's take a look: Separating (Open Bottom/Jacket Style): One end of the zipper has a insertion pin and retainer box system. They are machine-made only, and therefore can be harder to find/more pricey than closed bottom zippers. -Often used on: Jackets, Coats, etc. -Separating Zippers CANNOT be made out of by the yard! -Usually come in: Metal, Coil, Plastic Molded Non-Separating (Closed Bottom/Purse Style): The bottoms of these zippers are closed with a stopper to prevent from separating. -  Often used on: dresses, pants, pillows, seat cushions, skirts, etc. -Non-Separating Zippers CAN be...

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Here is a detailed explanation of the difference between these four zipper types, their use, and how to shorten them! Metal: -Typically used on jeans. Come in nickel, brass, and aluminum.  -Come in both open and closed bottom.  -Common Lengths- 3-36 inches. Other sizes available. Teeth size- 3-14MM -Zipper jam? Use a graphite pencil and run the tip along the teeth of the zipper. It will soften the zipper and allow it to run smoothly. -Need to shorten? You'll need: a pair of needle nose pliers: 1) Remove the stoppers  2) Remove the metal teeth to desired length 3) Replace top...

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Being cautious when buying zipper sliders is a must, and here's why. Sliders come in different shapes and sizes for a very important reason. If you bought a slider to input it onto the zipper teeth individually, the incorrect shape will either not work on the zipper, or it will make it extremely difficult to pull the slider across the teeth. The good news? As long as the zipper gauge size is known, it is easy to determine what type of slider is needed. Common sizes are 3MM, 4.5MM, 5MM, 6MM, 8MM, and 10MM. The different kinds of sliders specialize...

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