While modern machines are highly portable, some large embroidery or antique machines are extremely difficult to move. If you’re able to come to a customer’s home or office instead of requiring them to dismantle their equipment, your customers will appreciate it. The tools used for sewing machine repair are often small and it’s possible to pack them up securely so that it’s easy to transport them to a customer’s home. One thing to remember, however, is to put down a protective piece of plastic before doing any work. If you’re dealing with oil to lubricate the equipment’s insides, you’ll want to protect your customer’s carpets and furniture from accidental oil spills. After all, it’s unlikely that anyone will recommend your service if you leave their house with a big oil spot that wasn’t there before.
Bowrette – mid 1990’s, intended as a follow-up product to TopsyTail, the Bowrette … Read More