How can Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax help you  fix a sticking zipper?  Here’s how!

  1. Clean the zipper removing as much debris as you can. If you have a zipper that has a white salt build up, brush it with “hot” fresh water a few times to remove a layer or 2, then dry it the stuck zipper.
  2.  Un-zip the zipper if you can, as much as you can
  3. If you cannot un-zip the zipper just run BKZW on the front and back of the zipper then with the BKZW brush you swirl it around on the BKZW cake, then stipple the brush into the zipper housing. Wiggle the housing back and forth and up a bit then down a bit. With a little elbow grease you and Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax will get that stuck zipper un-stuck.
  4. Referring back to 2, once you have the zipper un zipped, run Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax up and down the front and back of the zipper teeth. remember if you see more than a few specks of BKZW on the zipper you have used too much!
  5. Zip the Zipper up and run it up and down a few times distributing BKZW throughout the zipper teeth and housing.
  6.  YOU have just lubricated your zipper with Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax the best zipper lube!

We have just told you how to fix a stuck zipper with Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax, the 100% natural, chemical free, multi-purpose household lubricant, and has hundreds of uses! Jeep Wrangler Soft Top zippers and snap, Boat canvas Zippers and snaps, Tent zippers, camper canvas, and all the zippers on your clothes, shoes, luggage and well everything you own will work better when you use Bee’s Knees Zipper Wax on all your zippers and snaps! Even use BKZW on antique wooded furniture, sticking wooden drawers!

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