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Thread: Have stabilizers or sprays made your emb. hoops sticky? Here's the fix

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    Super Member AlwaysQuilting's Avatar
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    I was sent this tip in their newsletter--

    http://www.designsbysick.com/articles/pork-fat-rules/

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    Now that is a great tip. I am most deff going to give this a try. I have a few hoops that really do look like they have been rode hard and put up wet.

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    Interesting!

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    sewing machine oil works also. actually any oil product would work.

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    i use cooking oil to remove any sticky residue. i used it the other day to remove band aid stickiness from my DGDs knee.

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    I use DK5 to clean mine.

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    Thank you for sharing this tip!

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    Ive used cooking oil to get sticky labels off everything!!

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    Great tip, thank you for sharing with us :D:D:D

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    Hand sanitizer works well also.

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