Instructions: Before stepping into the dress, attach the clamp to the zipper. For invisible zippers, insert the zipper inside the clamp's crevice in the center. Push the zipper all the way until it touches the back of the clamp. For flat zippers, clamp the zipper flat and push the zipper until touches the back of the clamp. Make sure you cover the entire zipper handle with the mouth of the clamp. Snug it right up to the part where the zipper handle attaches to the zipper. This will help to ensure the puller stays attached. Step into the dress. Pull gently and firmly on the ribbon while holding the bottom of your garment with your other hand. This will zip up/down your garment. If the clamp pops off, that means the zipper is not pushed in far enough into the crevice or the ribbon is being pulled too hard.
Attach or remove the clamp by pressing with your thumb and forefinger
Store in the included canvas pouch to conveniently take on the go. Keeps the ribbon tangle free and clean
Accommodates most zippers
Ideal for rear or hard to reach zippers
Great to use on business trips or for trying on clothes while shopping
Heavy gross grain ribbon, brass plated zinc
One Easy Reach Zipper Puller with a canvas storage pouch
Indispensable for rear zippers · Includes canvas pouch for on-the-go storage
zip my dress® created the ideal zipper puller that works on most types of zippers on all areas of clothing. Use the Easy Reach Zipper Puller to zip or unzip, without needing assistance from anyone else. Includes a canvas pouch to conveniently take with you on the go. Made in the USA.
Cory Harris created zip my dress® for folks like her who love wearing beautiful dresses, but constantly struggle with reaching that back zipper. Without an extra pair of hands around to help, Cory would rely on her next door neighbor to zip her up, but she knew there had to be a better way. She found zipper pullers already on the market didn’t work for all types of zippers, including hidden zippers, so she decided to make one that would. After lots of trial and error, she shared her invention with her friends and family. Their votes of approval helped convince her she had a winner. A visit to a patent attorney sealed the deal and zip my dress was born.