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Posted on Trying to restore Singer 66-18 sewing machine

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#1 posted 10-18-2018 11:17 PM

Congrats on your find! I also just picked up a 1948 Singer 15-91 from a nice older lady – this belonged to her grandmother! It was locked up as the lube all dried out. I used Zoom Lily White oil and just doused all the moving parts and little by little freed it up. After much research on the Tube… would have used some kerosene first to loosen it up… let it dry out then lube it up. I’m in the research mode for the proper lube to use in the grease pots where the wicks reside.
Then I found a 1951 Singer 301. Again beautiful condition.
not sure why…. I have this all-of-a-sudden interest!

Here’s is a great resource I use…

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