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Posted on: 1/12/05 9:51 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people   Very Helpful by 5 people   
I use a make up brush used for applying blush to clean a serger. It is much better than the one that comes with it and its bristles hold in the lint making it a breeze.

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Mary Stiefer said...
Great idea. I use a sable paint brush and it works the same way. Same principle idea.
1/12/05 10:23 PM
Maria Hatfield said...
good and helpful tip
1/12/05 11:10 PM
Kathy Russell said...
Good idea.
1/13/05 0:12 AM
SewVeryTall said...
Good tip, and welcome to PR!
1/13/05 1:31 AM
PixieCat said...
I do the same thing. The soft bristles really get in there and clean out the tiny fibers.
1/13/05 3:30 PM
Danvillegirl said...
Hadn't thought of using blush brush before. Great tip.
1/15/05 8:19 PM
Aleah said...
I do the same thing with a blush brush from the 99 cent store. It's also great at dusting a computer keyboard.
1/24/05 11:55 PM
OP Gal said...
Cool idea.
5/16/06 4:28 PM
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