Use with Singer, Juki, Brother industrial sewing machine - 1-Gallon sewing machine oil
- Same MSDS as Juki Defrix Oil No. 1
- White Sewing Machine Oil
- Stain Less Noticeable
- Easy Cleanup
Changing the oil in your industrial sewing machine is a necessity. How often you will need to do this is determined by use. Industrial machines are designed and built to sew for long hours on a daily basis for years. There are a few ways to figure how often the service should be performed. One way to keep things moving smoothly is to clock the time on the use of the machine between oil changes, much like what is done on trucks and automobiles. Maybe punching a clock and keeping track is tedious because it's not in use on a regular schedule. In this case, another way is to just keep an idea on the oil pan. Thread build-up and other contaminants will be visible in this area. Since the lubricant should clear it will be easy to know if a change is needed. A slightly cloudy appearance just implies some use. Whereas an overwhelming darker appearance is an indicator that new lubricant is required. This is a fairly obvious way to visibly observe when filth has accumulated. So remember to periodically lift the head and take a look and everything should be fine. Almost any mechanical device will run smoother and have a longer lifetime if maintained correctly and the oil quality is at the heart of upkeep.
C/SRE industrial sewing machine oil is ideal for use in any industrial sewing machine. One gallon of industrial sewing machine oil can go a long way depending on machine use. If you need a reminder on how to oil a sewing machine, or if you are oiling it for the first time, then check out the video below for tips on how to do it!
- Sewing Oil Size: 1 Gallon