"Over time, button holes get stretched out, and buttons wind up coming undone," said an inventor from Oklahoma City, Okla. "This is potentially embarrassing, especially if it happens at the wrong time. I came up with this idea so that you can be confident that your top will stay buttoned."
He created a prototype for the AMI Buttoned Buttonhole Repair System to ensure that a shirt remains buttoned. This saves individuals from embarrassment. The device extends the wearable life of a garment. Additionally, the items are designed to be easily portable, and they are easy to apply.
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