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Thread: So excited and need help!!!!

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    Super Member Lyncat's Avatar
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    You can use the grease from the green tubes.

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    Even the grease from the old green tubes that came with the machine?

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    I'd suggest buying oil and lube from www.sew-classic.com. Jenny is wonderful, and very knowledgeable!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Wouldn't that grease be 65 YO? I wouldn't use it............somethings are just worth paying for. I say get a new tube at Joanns or Sew Classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judys View Post
    Best smell remover I've found is coffee grounds. I had a spoiled onion and a spoiled potato in my cupboard. WHEW! Put a little coffee grounds (unused) on a paper plate in the bottom of the cupboard and it worked GREAT!
    althou I can't put kitchen cupboareds out in the sun shine I did so with a sewing machine. The sun took care of the smell after a few days and it was free

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