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Thread: refinishing sewing machine cabinets

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    Power Poster miriam's Avatar
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    You can find Glenn's tutorials by going to his profile - click on his name and then when you get to his profile look for his "find latest started threads" Then you can click that and look at the threads Glenn has started. In there you will see various tutorials you can click on and view them. He has a lot of info. If you like you can also send Glenn a private message and ask him questions. I have a lot of info on repairs. You can go on my profile and look through started threads and read up on repairs. well other stuff too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by beeIee View Post
    Glenn-
    I am a new member and do not know if you are still responding to persons such as us, but I have a Honeymoon treadle machine which I love, but the wood needs cleaning (I do NOT want to remove the finish, I just want to clean it and protect the existing finish as much as possible.) I WILL be replacing the venner or part of the table top which folds out to the left from the hinges because the veneer is splitting and missing in places, causing snags in my fabric. Also, the wood is beginning to separate, so if I can, I would like to use glue to keep the main piece of wood under the venneer. Do you have another tutorial just for taking care of the veneer and other wood and replacing patches?
    Clean the cabinet first with my solution one before doing anything after cleaning then you can repair the veneer. Look at my tuts then if you have questions please Pm me and I will be glad to help anyway I can.
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    beeIee, the tutorial of Glenns' that I looked through is: go to Home page, In Quilting Forum Sections the 6th section down is the Tutorials section. The one I read was found on the 4th page of the tutorial section.

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