Mid-June is in the middle of the rainy season.
For me, who doesn't like rain and humidity, it looks like I'll be sick of it for a long time.
So during this time when I don't feel like going out, I organize my room.
I'm not good at cleaning up at the end of the year, and I have a habit of unintentionally increasing things...
That's why I have a habit of organizing things when I have free time.
Every time, I think, "It's hard to throw things away..."
For example, clothes that can't be given to others, can't be sold, and can't be repaired... clothes that have reached the end of their lifespan.
You can dispose of it normally, but if you like it, I will keep some of it.
Starting with tags and emblems, ZIP sliders, etc...
It's a strange thing.
The memory of the product is revived.
Regarding the ZIP slider, in addition to the desired shape, the presence of the "engraving" on the pull tab is significant.
It may be.
It is not an embossed letter or picture that is three-dimensionally processed, but a stamp that is carved as a mark.
For some reason, I've always been drawn to it.
The change over time that the paint peels off and becomes embossed as you use it is also attractive.
If you can see the engraving in the metal parts that you can glance at, there are some that come to mind.
You can feel the commitment and thought of the brand.
As someone who likes engraving, I want a ZIP slider with the KADOYA engraving.
I'm looking forward to the release date.
When that happens, the delusion grows that it would be nice to have stamped buttons and rivets.
While organizing my room, I find myself trying to add more things...
It doesn't work very well.