Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Western Massachusetts
There are snap installation tools, some that are a punch and anvil type and some that work like a scissor(not good if the snap is to far from the edge of the material)they are both pretty easy to use, if the old snap pulled out i would recomend reinforcing it on the back side with another piece of material like denim.
check your local hardware store.
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