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Tru-Tension | Bicycle Grime Guard | Protect Brakes & Wheels During Cleaning | Bicycle Tools & Accessories (Suitable for Bicycles Only)

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Even rolling up your fabric and clamping them with binder clips, the extra fabric can still get in the way. Grime guards are a great way to keep your projects clean, hold your needle, and store extra fabric. I have heard so many stitchers complain about what to do with all their excess fabric while stitching, especially if you are working with a smaller hoop or q-snap.

Once you are happy with the tension of your elastic on the guard you need to join the two ends together. If you are using wider elastic you could use the machine but as mine was only 1/4 inch I hand sewed the ends securely together Using the measurement of the hub, cut the Moto Grime Guard along the suitable circular measurement line.Moto Grime Guard is designed to protect brakes and tyres during motorcycle cleaning, while also catching waste run-off to keep garage floors and driveways clean. Combine this with Monkey Juice Gel Bike Cleaner is a specifically formulated degreaser designed to instantly lift and remove stubborn dirt and grime generated from riding. The measurements will vary depending on your preferences. For example, maybe you want a smaller seam. 2. Fold the Ends of the Strips

Put a safety pin on one end of the elastic and thread through the casing. Once one side is completed go through the other side of the casing, creating a loop.It is best practice to keep your fabric as clean as possible during the stitching process. Use Your Grime Guard as a Needle Holder Put a safety pin on one end. The safety pin will make it easier to push the elastic. This will take some time and patience.

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