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Thread: Old treadle singer sewing machine

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    I have inherited an old treadle singer sewing machine and would love to refurbish it. Can any of you tell me where I might be able to get parts and information on how to go about cleaning the machine and cabinet?. Thank you for any help you can provide.

    Polly






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    Super Member Kyiav10's Avatar
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    Did you try talking to a sewing machine shop. I just had my machine gear replaced and had it oiled at one. Kyia

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    :wink: Ok here's how & I have 4 Treadles, You clean and oil it like any machine if it's gunked up clean all that up first then to do the cabinet clean off with a wire brush then you stain it then varnish it some products are together I like the stain seperate , My Daddy did wood work as a Hobby and was gooood at it so he taught me well!!!! :wink: You can get parts at Sewing Emporium in California, I have the add have to look, Treadle Belts are sold in the catalog at Newart Dressmaker Supply, in Pa, Put them on a search they also have Home Sew Catalog which has all kinds of sewing stuff!!!! Try a Search for Treadle Sewing Machines. :wink: Best of Luck!!!

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