Dec 16, 2010 ... Removing wax from tables, shelves, and bookcases can be difficult and costly,
but must be done correctly to avoid damaging wood surfaces.
How to Get Wax Off Any Surface. Solutions ... lit candle dripping wax onto a wood
table ... Remove residue with a solution of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water. 1; 2.
Stain remover • Wood surface cleaner or oil soap. Candle wax removal from
upholstery and carpets can be done by first letting the candle wax dry completely
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Even normally dripless beeswax candles drip if there is a draft near where they ...
Wood Surfaces & Floors: To remove candle wax spills from wooden furniture or ...
Aug 25, 2011 ... Don't use anything too sharp like a knife or you might damage the surface you're
trying to remove the wax from. For wooden surfaces, if any ...
Removing wax from any surface can be tricky if there are grooves or pores for the
wax to soak into. First, we'll ... Avoid setting candles directly on wood surfaces.
Jan 31, 2004 ... To remove candle wax from wood, heat the wax gently with a hair-dryer and slide
a piece of dull plastic (such as a credit card) under it to "pop" ...
Jan 25, 2012 ... From Wood: Use a blow dryer to soften the wax and then wipe it away ... From
Small items: The easiest way to remove candle wax from small ...
Remove candle wax from fiberglass, glass, laminate, metal, painted wood, plastic
, ... It is safe to use Goo Gone on porous surfaces such as marble, granite, ...