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||Harden the wax with an ice cube, then carefully scrape it off with an expired credit card or plastic ruler. Rub away remaining residue with cream furniture wax.|
||Scrape away excess, then apply heat with a blow dryer set to medium, wiping off wax with a rag as it softens. Wash the area with hot, soapy water to remove residue.|
||Apply medium heat with a blow dryer and wipe away excess wax as it softens. Remove Residue with a solution of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water.|
||Scrape off excess. Lay a damp, lint free, white cloth over the wax and apply medium heat with an iron, the wax will adhere to the cloth.|
||Soak the spot wih hot water and wipe off wax with a dry cloth. Repeat until all wax is removed, then apply multipurpose remover to get rid of residue.|
TIP: Rub a little olive oil on candlesticks to keep wax from sticking to holders.
TIP : Spray the inside of a votive holder with a thin coating of cooking spray before dropping in a votive. After the candle has burned down, the remaining wax will slip out.