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Perfect Fit Buttons: Does it work?

Is someone cooking your favorite meal for dinner tonight? You might need to try the Perfect Fit Buttons, it promises to add an inch to any pants waist in seconds.

The Perfect Fit comes with buttons in brown, khaki, black and the classic blue jean. The end of the replacement buttons are pretty sharp, so be careful.

We found you can use the buttons to extend your waistline and take it in. In an emergency the buttons can be used as a replacement, not the most stylish thing in the pants world. But in a pinch, it beats the cinch.

So does it work? We give the Perfect Fit Buttons a "yes".

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