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Srahimian24 12-22-2020 08:38 PM

Singer 201 help
 
Hello all,

I have a quick question for you all. I was refinishing a singer 201 I recently acquired following the tutorial provided by Glen. Everything was going great till I started applying the shellac, when I applied it I did a little too much and it took the gold coloring off of one of the decals. My question, is should I attempt to repaint it and if so what paint should I use? Or do i attempt to just replace the decal with one from Keeler? Or just leave it as is? Any help would be appreciated

bkay 12-23-2020 06:38 AM

I'd ask Glenn. He responds to questions posted on that tutorial you mention. Also, you can private message him. If you have a problem getting an answer, post here again. Maybe we can help you get a message to him or find other help. This is kind a specific question, so our regular posters may not have an answer.

bkay

Glenn 12-23-2020 10:14 AM

I already emailed him and got a pic of the machine and I am helping him with the machine.

leonf 12-23-2020 10:25 AM

Welcome aboard Srahimian24, and thanks to bkay and Glenn

bkay 12-23-2020 10:59 AM


Originally Posted by Glenn (Post 8445555)
I already emailed him and got a pic of the machine and I am helping him with the machine.

Thanks Glenn,
bkay

Glenn 12-23-2020 01:11 PM

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Bkay I forgot to tell you I found an original extension board for your gifted machine. It even had the correct hardware to attach it to the machine. . It turned out to be a great little machine and I use it all the time.

bkay 12-24-2020 06:18 AM


Originally Posted by Glenn (Post 8445592)
Bkay I forgot to tell you I found an original extension board for your gifted machine. It even had the correct hardware to attach it to the machine. . It turned out to be a great little machine and I use it all the time.

One more old sewing machine saved! That's one more that didn't rot at my house.

Thanks, Glenn for sharing.

bkay


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