When your favorite blouse that you throw a surprise as a button missing or a line of the hem falls in a skirt, safety pins can offer temporary assistance. Many people prefer to hide the safety pin fixing it inside the garment. However, if it is used properly the high spindle can push you. Rugged and easy to use, safety pins are different sizes, but who have a basic form.This simple device also keeps the effects of static electricity as crackling and the attachment of the clothing to a minimum.
The Fixing of a garment
Turn the garment inside. Locate the area that needs attention. If a fallen hem or missing button, fold the material with your fingers to show how you want the closure appear.
Find the right size for work safety pin. If the setting of a big tear, you might have two or more pins.
Cinch the area closed with your fingers. Open the safety pin by pressing the bar.Attention to the sharp tip.
Slide the pin open twice through the fabric. Allow one or two inches of space between piercings for a better grip on the fabric.
Press the closed pin, slide the bar into position.
Turn the garment to the place. Check the area to ensure that the safety pin is hidden.Wear your garment.
Pull a Zipper
Find a large safety pin and open it carefully. Drag the bar open in the broken zipper tab.
Close the safety pin. Pull the PIN to close the zipper.
Open the safety pin and remove it from the zipper. Close the PIN and keep it in the pocket of your jeans in case you still need.
The fight against static electricity
Look at your clothing. Look for a seam or hem that touches your skin when you wear it.
Open the PIN and the position along the hem or sewing. Close the PIN.
Wear the garment with the PIN next to your skin. Contact with the skin acts as a field that stops static electricity.
- Remove the pins of safety before you wash your clothes.metal pins can transfer to your clothes rust.
- Display a collection of your charms and pendants on a blouse or jacket using safety pins.
- Fix a scarf with a safety pin to hold it in place at the base of your neck or under chin.