• We know how much a commercial sewing machine for sale means to a sewing enthusiast. Common maintenance of a commercial sewing machine is essential to ensure its longevity, optimum performance and protection from breakdowns. Here are some steps you can follow:

  • 1. Regular cleaning:

    Clean the machine daily or after each use to prevent dust and lint buildup. Use a small brush or a vacuum with a nozzle attachment to clean hard-to-reach areas. Remove the throat plate and bobbin case and clean the bobbin area thoroughly.


    2. Correct refueling:

    Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for refueling frequency and location. Use a high-quality sewing machine oil recommended by the manufacturer. A drop of oil is applied to designated points, which are usually indicated by red dots or symbols on the machine. Wipe off excess oil to prevent staining fabric.

3. Change the needle regularly: Change the needle after each project or when the needle becomes dull or bent. Use the correct needle type and size for the fabric you are working with.

4. Check the tension: Regularly check the tension of the upper thread and the lower thread to ensure the balance of sewing. Adjust the tension according to the fabric and thread used.

5. Check and replace parts: Regularly check parts such as the bobbin case, hoop, presser foot and thread guide for signs of wear. Replace any worn or damaged parts promptly to avoid further damage to the machine.

6. Cover the machine: When not in use, cover the sewing machine to prevent dust and debris from falling on it.

7. Use the correct thread and spool: Use a high-quality thread that is suitable for the fabric you are sewing on. Make sure the spool is wound properly and is the correct size and type for your machine.

8. Follow the manual: Be sure to refer to our machine operating manual for specific maintenance instructions and guidelines. Follow any recommended cleaning schedules and procedures.

9. Keep your workspace clean: Keep your sewing area clean and organized to prevent dust and debris from affecting your machine.

10. Professional maintenance: Schedule regular professional maintenance, especially if you use the machine frequently. Technicians can do more in-depth cleaning, lubrication and adjustment, and we have professional videos for operation demonstration.


Proper maintenance not only prolongs the life of your commercial sewing machine, but also ensures that it is running at its best, delivering high-quality sewing results.