Instructions for Hook Wash - Embroidery Machine Cleaner
A) Turn off Unit.
B) Remove needle plate and rotary hook cover.
C) Using nozzle straw provided flush away thread lint, dust and debris from hook area into an absorbent cloth to catch the results of the flushing. For harder to remove debris, spray lightly and let stand for a few seconds, and then flush again with Hook Wash.
D) Once all debris is flushed away, use canned air or an air compressor to blow away all remaining product and dirt.
E) Oil the hook before running your machine just as you usually would.
F) Hook Wash is a lubricant but is not intended to replace your normal oiling schedule. When you use the Hook Wash, you will still need to oil the hook. Hooks need to be oiled on a regular basis; every 3 to 4 hours of machine run time is recommended.
G) It’s advised that you run a sample design to remove any excess lubricant from the sewing area to prevent the possibility of a stain on the garment/product you are stitching on.
Hook Wash is a lubricant, but it is not intended to replace your normal oiling schedule. When using the Hook Wash, you will still need to oil the hook. Hooks need to be oiled on a regular basis; every 3 - 4 hours of machine time is recommended.