This might be the most useful thing I've ever posted (and/or the only useful thing I've ever posted).
I hate it when the leg snaps on baby clothes won't stay snapped. It ruins a piece of clothing which is otherwise totally fine. I keep all these ruined pieces of clothing around so I can stay mad longer.
The other day I was trying my hand at installing snaps on a sewing project and demolishing many snaps in the process. One of the ways I demolished snaps was by hammering them so hard the stud got flattened or off-centered and wouldn't fit into the socket. At first I hammered too hard out of inexperience and excessive zeal, then I moved on to wrath, and finally I settled into overhammering for the gratifying feeling of the power to destroy.
In the process, I realized that although the flattened studs were totally messing up my sewing project, they were exactly what my pile of maddeningly useless baby clothes needed! So I found that pile and hammered each stud, like so:
It took about five or six well-centered mid-impact whacks per stud. Naturally I overdid it a few times, what with the zeal and the wrath and the joy of destruction. I was able to fix one case of overdoneness by squeezing it back into shape with pliers, like so:
But a couple of them got hammered and pliered so many times they're just done for. Fortunately they were both on one romper that I already couldn't use, so I think I'll find it in my heart to forgive myself. Baby Dude has worn each of the restored items for a full day with no unsnapping. There you go, earthlings.