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Thread: How to Clean Up and use a vintage sewing machine - videos by Muv and Fav

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    Miriam, thank you so much for gathering all these valuable links in one place. Your collection here is a treasure trove and greatly appreciated! I've bookmarked this thread, saved it as a favorite, and then saved in my own files just so i know where to find it again!

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    You need to be sure to thank Muv - She is a QB member!!!
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    Very useful. Thanks!

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    Cleaning and repairing the shellac clear coat on vintage sewing mcahines
    I am adding this link so that you can see what do do in the worst case. When the sewing machine finish is not all it should be, Glenn's method works great. My husband tried this and we had excellent results in a very short time. Thank you Glenn.
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    how do I bookmark this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by conniety View Post
    how do I bookmark this thread?
    You don't have to book mark this, it is already at the top of the page for For Vintage & Antique Machine Enthusiasts.
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    What a great resource! I hope to pick up a machine this weekend that is in rough shape, and this info will be a big help. Thank you!

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    thanks good deal!

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    Thanks so much for bring ing this back up. I just bought a Vintage machine and it didn't have a manual with it. This helps a lot.
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    What's the best way to clean and shine the irons on a treadle sewing machine? Will I be sanding and painting or just cleaning?

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