Question about Singer Sewing Machines
All sewing machines will require maintenance. The difference being that some machines (most made these days) require servicing from a technician. The older machines have the instructions and the owner is able to do the oiling/cleaning themselves. If you don't mind paying for the service then how often depends on use. If you use your machine regularly, say at least once or twice a month, then you will find you would need service about once yearly. If you never use your machine, say once or twice a year, you may find it needs servicing every time you try to use it.
If you wish to purchase a new machine, what machine depends on your amount of usage, types of sewing and such. There are a lot of good easy to use machines on the market, my suggestion is to stay away from the Discount house machines. These may look ok, but they are much cheaper parts inside. My suggestion is to go to a local sewing shop and sit down and sew on the machines. When I sold them I always told people to bring in a sample of the type of sewing they do. If the salesperson won't let you sew on it, don't buy from them. If you want to email me with the types of sewing you do and such, I'll see if I can help you find one. email@example.com
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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