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Gear Aid Zipper Cleaner With Brush, 60 ml
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Gear Aid

Gear Aid Zipper Cleaner With Brush, 60 ml

Price 8.99 USD excluding sales tax
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Don’t you just loathe it when the zippers get stuck? With this zipper cleaner and lubricant, you can remove sand, dirt, and salt deposits that can screw up the smooth operation. It quickly releases stuck zips and helps prolong zipper life. Use it regularly and experience the pure joy that only a nicely gliding zipper can bring. Perfect for tents and other outdoor gear as well as wetsuits and dive bags. Also works on clothing in case you love mud baths but hate nudity.

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Don’t you just loathe it when the zippers get stuck? With this zipper cleaner and lubricant, you can remove sand, dirt, and salt deposits that can screw up the smooth operation. It quickly releases stuck zips and helps prolong zipper life. Use it regularly and experience the pure joy that only a nicely gliding zipper can bring. Perfect for tents and other outdoor gear as well as wetsuits and dive bags. Also works on clothing in case you love mud baths but hate nudity.

Use

Gear Aid Zipper Cleaner has a handy brush top that removes crap and gunk and shoves the cleaning stuff right between the zipper teeth. It leaves a clear, protective, and lubricating film to prevent corrosion. It also fights damage caused by saltwater, chlorine, and rust on nylon, metal, and plastic zippers. This stuff is non-toxic and contains no silicone or paraffin wax. Usable with all sorts of zippers but especially nice with those that are regularly exposed to mud, sand, and other nasty stuff.

Made by Gear Aid

For decades, the patching, sealing, cleaning, and protecting of equipment and clothing was done with anything that said McNett on it. The company is now called Gear Aid but the idea is the same. The possibility to fix and maintain your stuff is awesome for two reasons: it could save you from a hairy situation in the field, and resisting cheap single-use junk is a sound ideology. Buy good pieces of kit to begin with and keep them in working order with Gear Aid!

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11.02.2022
Does what it says on the tin, I've used it to lube up my jaakari xl sleeping bag compartment zipper, which was a chore to open and close, getting stuck every few cenitmeters and usually taking 2 hands to wrench open. After lubing it and working the zipper around 2-3 times it works perfectly, and stays that way. Also used it on some jacket and tent zippers, after dragging them through the mud during a fishing trip to test it, and it fixed up those nicely too. Not too expensive either, and lasts a good while, so a recommend from me.
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