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Tutorial: How to clean and grease a sewing machine

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Hi there!
Here you have a tutorial that I think should be useful for some people like as me, has a basic sewing machine and small troubles with it. I plan to renove it since it's very used, but until I find a new one that satisfices me, I will work with the old Pinkie.

In this small tutorial you will learn how to clean and grease the machine for a smooth work. The basic cleaning job of the bobbin box should be done every month, and a complete work every 3 months.

Please, remember to use high quality needles and threads. The biggest part of the sewing machine problems is caused for bad quality supplies.

If you have any question, don't hesitate to ask me!
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thx4everything's avatar
This is a great tutorial!  I haaaate doing maintenance on sewing machines, but they run so nicely after! 
krystalfan-2's avatar
I am surprised I haven't stumbled onto something like this until now....my machine is almost four years old. Poor thing probably needs a bath by now!

Thank you for this tutorial. I had no idea that little key was to open different parts of the machine, and that you can clean everything with the little brush. It's very informative!
Ishtar-Creations's avatar
Thanks for comment! I'm sure that you will obtain pretty dusty hamsters from your machine :D
oasiaris's avatar
This is super helpful, thanks!
Qemwen's avatar
Awesome, thank you!
Thunder-Fish's avatar
thanks - this will be extremely helpful!
KidCitizen's avatar
This is excellent! Thank you so much for posting!
Ishtar-Creations's avatar
Thanks for comment :3!
meplushyou's avatar
That's very helpful, thank you! I was hesitant to oil my machine because I didn't know where to put the oil - now I do ^^ time to try it ou!
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