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Those are easy. Here you go:
Just follow the instructions. Simpler than falling off a bycycle.
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I finally feel like there is a place where I can talk about sewing machines and repairs without someone thinking I grew an extra nose or ear... or looking down on me because I don't know anything...
NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
I have Kit auto wax in the can and bottle, the non abrasive kind and have used that to polish up my Commodore clone. It sure did shine. But not quite like the one you did.
I also have some of the chrome cleaner wadding in the can. Have used that too and it does work but again not like the ones I've seen you do.
The one thing you mentioned I haven't tried is the Dremel with the polishing wheel and rouge. I have it, just never tried it.
I'll have to do that.
Thanks for the tips.