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noisy zippers #6022503 11/11/15 03:51 AM
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So i got a jacket that i like but with any movement i make the zippers tend to make alot of noise. Does anyone know any tips or hacks to quiet them down? I was thinking heat shrink tubing or something of that nature. Any help is appreciated. Thanks


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Re: noisy zippers [Re: epolanco] #6023635 11/11/15 07:22 PM
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Powder graphite in a tube.


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candle wax unscented Get the candle a little warm under hot water and rub on the zipper


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Good old Gulf Wax, unless you mean they scrape on stuff, then duct tape.


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Good old Gulf Wax, unless you mean they scrape on stuff, then duct tape.


Gulf Wax or beeswax should work, or the duct tape.


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