Have you added Jibbitz to your Crocs but now want to remove them to switch up your style?
Removing Jibbitz from Crocs can be a bit tricky, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
In this article, we’ll show you how to remove Jibbitz from Crocs and give you some tips to make the process easier.
Let’s get started!
- Be familiar with the design of Crocs and Jibbitz for easy removal
- Learn the proper removal techniques to avoid damage
- Know how to safely store removed Jibbitz for future use
Why Remove Jibbitz
There might be a few reasons why you want to remove Jibbitz from your Crocs:
- Changing style: You may want to switch up the look of your Crocs by removing old Jibbitz and replacing them with new ones.
- Cleaning: Sometimes, you’ll need to remove Jibbitz while cleaning your Crocs, as dirt and debris can get stuck around the Jibbitz.
How to Remove Jibbitz from Crocs
Using Your Fingers
- Hold the Croc firmly with one hand.
- With your other hand, wiggle the Jibbitz back and forth while gently pushing it outward from within the shoes.
- Continue wiggling until the Jibbitz pops through the hole.
- Remember: Do not pull upward or you may tear the Crocs hole.
Dos and Don’ts of Removing Jibbitz
Avoid Damaging Jibbitz
- Do: Use needle-nose pliers or fingers to grip the Jibbitz carefully. Gently wiggle and pull it out of the hole.
- Don’t: Force the Jibbitz out using your fingers or other sharp objects, as it can cause damage to the charm or even injure yourself.
Avoid Stretching Crocs Holes
- Do: Remove Jibbitz patiently and gently so that the Crocs holes maintain their shape. Take your time when removing the charms.
- Don’t: Use excessive force or aggressively pull on the Jibbitz. This could stretch or damage the holes in your Crocs.
Storing Removed Jibbitz
When taking off Jibbitz from your Crocs, it’s essential to have a proper storage solution to keep them organized and safe.
In this section, I will discuss Jibbitz storage options.
Jibbitz Storage Options
Small Plastic Containers or Trays: Use small plastic containers or trays with divided compartments to store your Jibbitz.
This way, you can easily see and access them while keeping each one separate and safe from potential damage.
- Look for containers with adjustable compartments or that come in different sizes, so your collection has room to grow.
Ziplock Bags: If you’re on a budget, simple ziplock bags can also do the trick. You can keep different categories of Jibbitz in separate bags, label them, and store them in a larger container or drawer if you like.
- Tip: Keep an eye on your bags and replace them if they become worn or damaged to avoid losing small parts.
Jewelry or Craft Organizers: Many jewelry or craft organizers come in various sizes and shapes and offer compartments perfect for storing Jibbitz. You can find these at your local craft stores or online.
- Easy to find and sort Jibbitz.
- Options for travel-sized organizers, perfect for taking your collection on the go.