No more rubber. I’m somewhat at a loss as to Sorry I’m late I saw a dog vintage shirt By Nemoshirt why rubberized pushers would even be a preference versus pointed metal feed dogs. Barring a ghastly event visited upon the machine itself, metal should long outlast any rubber version. End of issue for the life of the sewing machine and far less stress in future passes under the needle. My short patience would leap at this option immediately. Honorary adoptee of a small coastal town in Spain, ex artist/dressmaker/designer now long term ebayer.Passionate about vintage perfumes & jewelry, & owner of the best dog on the planet, my huge bimbo-hound daft as a brush nonferocious beachcomber buddy Max. Love all things Spanish & could not dream of living anywhere else
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Oh yes, removing the present tiny tire marks. Sorry I’m late I saw a dog vintage shirt By Nemoshirt Rubber hardens with freezing and is the quickest first method I would opt for in restoring a woven fabric to pristine by gently scraping the cold crust off with a dull craft knife or cheap dull paring knife (I actually have a small stash of small knives just for, um, repair emergencies). The second option would be to make a paste of baking soda as a mild abrasive and gently scrub the marks away with a soft toothbrush. If the marks do not completely disappear, you are sewing a seam on the reverse of the fabric so here’s hoping the color is sufficiently dark that nothing shows through.