First put several layers of paper towel between the 2 layers of the jeans. Then put several layers of paper towel on top of the wax. Set your iron on high and adjust it with NO steam. Place the iron on top of the paper towel that's covering the wax. Let the iron set for a few seconds then pick it up and set it on another spot on the paper towel. Keep moving the iron around (don't slide it). Keep doing this repeatedly while replacing the paper towel as it gets full of wax. If the wax was colored you may not be able to get the stain. Notes: paper towel between layers of jeans keeps hot wax from melting through to the other side of jeans. Use several layers of paper toweling and change it out as necessary. Some people prefer to use brown paper bags. If you don't have any on hand you can get paper lunch bags in the grocery bags down the aisle with foil, saran wrap, etc. Good luck. It worked on my carpet.
i got lip balm on my jeans and if u rub it in for about 5 minutes with a cloth towel you wont even know its there. the cool thing is, after doing that your jeans r water-proof _____ _____ / l / l l l l l l o l l o l l / l / ---------- ---------- l______l
After you've done what "mommywoman" has suggested (yes this WILL work) then spray some "Goo Gone" on it & wash. This will get any residual wax out. Works every time. Goo Gone is also great for any grease stains on clothes. Good luck!