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Storing Your Sewing Machine Preparing your sewing machine for storage is a simple but often overlooked task. By following these tips, you can be sure that your machine is ready to sew when you remove it from storage. Clean your machine Blow away any excess lens from your machine, paying particular attention to the needle field and spool area. Use a soft lint brush to clean the problem areas. Wipe the outside of the machine with a mild cleaning, but make sure it is completely dry before storing. Oil your machine Keep your machine at operating temperature by sewing on a scrap piece. Use your manual, oil your machine at all oil points with high quality white sewing machine oil that does not contain paraffin. After oil, place a scrap piece under the presser foot. Cover your machine If so, place the machine in it. If your machine is in a cabinet, put a towel or a soft cloth around your head and put it in the cabinet. Otherwise, the machine covers with a towel or large piece of fabric. Place your machine in storage If possible, store your machine in a temperature controlled environment. Outside storage in a shed or garage is unacceptable. Extreme temperature changes will cause condensation, which will rust your machine. The ideal storage space would be in a wardrobe inside your home. Place your machine where nothing will fall on it or bump into it. By following the tips given above you can be sure that your sewing machine is ready for you to use without any problems.