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Thread: cleaning presser feet

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    Thanks for your great ideas. I let you know how it goes.

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    I buy Evaporust at O'Reilly's Auto Parts and Auto Zone, and I've heard that Walmart carries it, too, but I've never seen it there.

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    Is the rust/corrosion on the bottom of the feet where it will touch the fabric? If not I would just give them a polish with something like Turtle wax to prevent anymore discoloration. Before doing anything else, I would email Bernina and ask what is best. I would also try whatever you decide to use on one little used foot first in case it peels the finish off.

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    I would use denatured alcohol, you cant get it in home depot. It is great stuff. You can use it for alot of stuff.
    Suzanne
    Asking a seamstress to mend is like asking Picasso to paint your garage.

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