We have an awesome snap conversion program where you can send your Hook/Loop Hybrid shells to us and we will convert them over to snaps. Cost is $6.50 per shell. Regular maintenance is needed to keep the hook/loop in good repair. Use a pin or an old toothbrush to keep the aplix clear of lint and threads. A sweater shaver may be used to remove excess pilling on the loop fabric. Repeated flattening of the tab out of the wash prevents the aplix from curling edges which become less sticky. Washing with like fabrics (polyester) rather than high fiber content absorbencies will keep the hook/loop in better condition. Non-HE top load washer with an agitator is also wearing on hook/loop and elastic. Washing on a gentle cycle works best. The manufacturing defect warranty does not cover general unsticking of the hook/loop after 90 days.
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