I’ve been getting an influx of emails, lately, asking if the FixnZip® will work for a golf bag zipper repair and for golf carts. One guy even told me that a squirrel attacked his bag and broke the zipper slider. I googled it, and apparently squirrel vandalism is a legitimate issue for the golfing community (which is hilarious, until an angry squirrel ruins your $200 bag). Now I’ve never been the victim of squirrel vandalism, but I did have a zipper slider break on my Srixon golf bag. Here’s what happened to me, and what I did to fix it.
FixnZip® was sponsoring the Bridge City Guild golf tournament, benefiting the Children’s Cancer Association, so I got to represent the company and play in the tournament. Mind you, I’m a garbage golfer, but I still enjoy playing from time to time. I was running late for the tournament, and when I zipped up the pouch that holds my tees and ball markers, the zipper slider broke. It didn’t come clean off, but the teeth wouldn’t connect, making the pouch useless. Often times, the issue is with the zipper slider, not the actual zipper teeth or coils. Luckily for me, I work for a company that deals with this sort of thing. So I ran into the house, grabbed a size medium FixnZip® replacement slider (which fits tooth and coil zippers size 5-8) and ran back out to the garage. I pulled the broken slider off, and within about 20 seconds I had the replacement slider on my golf bag. I was able to repair my golf bag, without using tools, and head to the tournament in a matter of minutes.
I’ve already mentioned that I work for the company, but it just goes to show that everyone needs to have one of these around the house, in a toolbox, or even in your golf bag. Speaking from personal experience, it saved my golf outing.
So, “can FixnZip be used to repair broken golf bag and golf cart zippers?” The answer is Yes.
For a golf bag, I recommend using a FixnZip® size Medium. For a golf cart door or cover, I would recommend using the FixnZip size Large. Both of these options fit on a range of sizes and work on both tooth and coil zippers. This is just a general rule of thumb, but your specific bag or cart might utilize a different zipper size. You can check our sizing guide here.
Enjoy your weekend, and hit the green while the weather still nice.
P.S. If you live in the Portland area, be sure to check out the Bridge City Guild at http://www.bridgecityguild.org.
They’re an awesome non-profit that hosts great events (most involving beer) to benefit youth charities in the local community, such as the Children’s Cancer Association.