[amayausers.com] Re: hook wash

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  • Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 18:53:38 UT

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Presserfoot height....you are right....is dependent on material thickness, 
period. It's soul purpose is to hold the material down and prevent flagging. 
If, for instance, when sewing on thick sweater material, the presserfoot needs 
to be set to "compress" the material, but not set so low that the foot can cut 
or damage the material either. If the presserfoot is set too high, fraying and 
thread breaks will be an immediate result....the presserfoot is varible for a 

WD-40 is a penetrating oil and should not be mixed up with lubricating oil. 
WD-40 when used on the rotary hook works well to disolve any gummy residue from 
spray adhesives and could be used to clean any metal to metal surfaces. It 
should not be used on plastic or any rubberized surface area. Any surface where 
WD-40 has been used should also be lubricated with the proper lubrication, be 
it grease or oil.

Rod Springer
Amaya Tech & Trainer


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