Pacakage list *10set button snap studs
*10pcs screw with phillips head
*10pcs pads for cap
*2 Interchangeable anvils
*2 Rubber O-Ring Gasket More about this tool –Welded Dies directly to a heavy-duty nickel-plated locking pliers, the snap fastener pliers allows you attach snaps without having to remove the item, hammer in the snap, reposition the item,etc. –The Locking Pliers design provides greater leverage than die-and-peg snap tools. –Nickel Plating resists rust and will last much longer than lighter snap pliers only with minimal care. –Adjustable Snap Setter for a tighter or slightly looser snap application.Fits the cap side of the snap. How to use it?
1>Test compressing a snap before starting. Don’t need to test on frabric, just get a feel for the setter tool by creating a snap from the two snap halves. This will makes you familiar with the tool but also allow you to adjust the compression of the tool via the thumb screw adjustment. 2>Use hole punch of the proper size to accommodate your snap size(seriously, don’t skimp on this step) 3> Insert base of snap (male size) through hole in fabric 4> Place top of snap over base of snap ( sandwich the fabric between the two snap halves 5>Place the setter tool over the snap halves in the proper orientation (Note: Make sure the setter tool is loosened by backing out the adjustment thumb screw until you can reasonably compress the snap without having to apply too much pressure). If you can’t squeeze close the setter tool then the thumb screw is in too far … back it out. 6>Tighten the thumb screw and compress the snap a second time. This will give you the tight fit you need for the snap. When installed properly, the snap should not spin if you try to rotate it. After a few tries you should be able to loosen and tighten the setter tool properly without much effort.