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Thread: Need help finding a thread about cleaning gunk off of machines.

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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    Need help finding a thread about cleaning gunk off of machines.

    Some months ago a thread was started about cleaning the carbonized gunk off the outsides of a sewing machines.
    I do not know who started it, or weather it was in this forum or the Machine Shop forum.

    Does anyone know what thread that might have been? Maybe have a link to it?

    I am horrible at searches so telling me to use the search would be a waste of time.

    TIA

    Joe

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    Kerosene wont cut it.

    come in and sit, pages 3969 and on for a few especially 12/5....
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    makitmama,

    Thanks for the link but this isn't the thread I was thinking of. The one I was thinking of was started by someone else. It was more concerned with the carbonized melted wiring like what I've got stuck on my 15-91. There were a bunch of good suggestions in that thread and yours truly forgot to bookmark it.

    Joe

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    I wish I knew where it went, too - I'm thinking it was on the vintage shop and would be hard to find there...
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    Maybe Patrice might remember.....
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