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The Best Little Tool Ever Made
from New Carlisle, Ohio
About Me Budget shopper
Comments about Snag Repair Tool:
I bought 2 and plan to use one at home and keep the other in my purse. Cats are a good reason to keep these little helpers around. They are so easy to use anywhere. Nobody has these at this great price except Miles Kimball.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Snag Repair Tool
By No nickname
from Austin, TX
I bought this item to repair sweater snags; also used it on towels. Works well. I used to have one of these, lost it. Happy to find it again.
About Me Midrange shopper
Great tool to easily repair snags. Keep one in your desk drawer, purse and at home
Very useful product
By Mom B.
from Sebastian, FL
I have had one of these in the past and lost it. I ordered this as a replacement. I love it, especially for fixing snags in fabric and sweaters.
These are great!
This works great to fix a snag on a sweater. I've had them before and really used them a lot so bought these for my daughters-in-law.
Gentle and precise
from clark lake, MI
Delicate utencil and does a clothes saving job.
Too large for fine knits.
from Spokane, Wa
the knit picker is great for pulling snags in larger knits. It is too large to pull thru finer knits which there are many of in the new micro knits.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
Not a good thing.
By fun living
from Denver Colorado
The piece to put through the material to pull the snag is to big. It makes a hole in item.
from Alpena MI
This little gadget is really handy. I keep one in my purse and one in the house and I even got one for my travel bag. You will love it if you ever get a snag in a sweater on a trip. It is one of my favorite things
Neat Little Device
from Lockport, NY
Best little gizmo around. No more cutting sweater pulls, just poke it through the side next to the loose thread & pull it to the back of the garment. It's easy!