Clearance KAM Size 20 Snaps

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Clearance KAM Size 20 Snaps
$25.00 Regular Price $50.00

If you are confused or do not know where to start with snaps, please read our SNAP INFO PAGE. It is full of information about all you need to know to make your snaps order a more informed and pleasant experience.

Size 20 Caps measure 12.4mm in diameter. Size 20 are the most common and suitable for, but not limited to nappies, clothing, sleeping bags, duvet covers - the options are endless. They are the most popular size snap.

Size 20 snaps are also known as size T5


FULL SNAP SETS - Our 1,000 full sets contain 1,000 sockets, 1,000 studs, and 2,000 caps (4,000 total pieces). Enough to apply 1,000 complete sets of snaps. 

Snaps are a professional fastening system; they replace the need for hook & loop closures on nappies. They also come in handy for a zillion other things around the home, from clothing to duvet covers to hand towels to sleeping bags...

SNAP PRESS & DIE SETS are required to attach these professional grade Polycetal Resin Snaps.

Size 20 Snaps are the most commonly used size, perfect for nappies. Also great for lots of other uses. If in doubt, use a size 20. Size 20 Caps measure 12.4mm in diameter. 

CAP - the cap is the most visible part of a snap, which is the dome that is visible on the outside of the garment. You need one cap per socket or stud. Some people sometimes mix cap colours with the socket or stud they are applying for required visual effects.
SOCKET - is the female part of the snap that joins together with the male – you need one cap to apply one socket to a garment. 
STUD - is the male part of the snap that joins together with the socket – you need one cap to apply one stud to a garment. 
3-1 RATIO - most people use 3 sockets to 1 stud when making MCN’s, giving a 3-1 ratio. Socket & Cap sets are available because you usually use more sockets than studs on your nappies. To buy a 3-1 ratio, you need to buy 1 full set, and 2 socket & cap sets. Most people start out buying full sets, and topping up their socket and caps later on, but if you are trying to get everything in one hit to save on postage, and are using for nappies, a 3-1 ratio is a good guide.