A clean machine runs better and causes less thread breakers, in turn saving time, and time is money…..
I have had an air compressor for some time. I love how clean I can keep my machine and area, but I dislike the noise! Remember, I share a room with the classroom, and it is in an open mesanine so the whole store hears my air compressor…:(
I am lucky, I have a guy! That is our family saying for having a contact with a talent! My friends husband Dave is a woodworker/handy man, but more than that he is good at “inventing” solutions! I told him about my noisy air compressor and he build me this noise reduction box…
The 1st time I used it there was a class going on. Usually everything stopped till the air compressor finished running. I watched the class when it came on the 1st time in the box and they did not even notice it came on!!! 🙂
How do I use my air compressors?….
I use my air compressor every time I change a bobbin. Just a quick blow out in the bobbin area saves a lot of grief as I quilt.
I open the thought plate cover right up and blow air from all directions.
I also blow out inside the bobbin case.
And lastly I use my air compressor to blow away dust and stuff on the machine and the cupboards under my machine. It is faster than dusting…