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    Help!! Got candle wax on a top & hasn't come off in the wash...

    how can i get the wax off? thanks

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    warm it up then wash it

    brown paper bag and a iron

    I's try and use an iron and some brown paper. Put the brown paper on the side with the wax and iron on the other side, you don't need to have it hot - Hopefully that will do the trick.

    i thought you put it in the freezer and then it will pop off!

    ...and what were ya doing playing with candles :whistling:

    warming it up will only make it spread!

    kinky chuffer.
    as said use brown paper over the wax and iron on very low heat over the top of it

    Freeze it first.

    wulshaz;3950061

    warming it up will only make it spread!





    stay on topic please

    freeze first to get the majority off

    then iron on a low setting with kitchen role to suck up the residual

    owlass;3950096

    stay on topic please


    omg i never even realised! well seem i,m blonde! :oops:

    Original Poster

    owlass;3950051

    ...and what were ya doing playing with candles :whistling:


    was trying to get some of the melted wax out of a 3 wick big candle with a spoon as one of the wicks wouldn't stay alight & it splattered over my top :-(
    so what do i do iron it or freeze it :lol: i'm getting confused :?

    Original Poster

    would grease proof paper do? :?

    No, it needs to be strong, absorbent paper like brown paper.

    My mates mum is renownded for getting any stain out of clothes.

    I ain't lieing.

    cheerleader;3950821

    would grease proof paper do? :?





    :lol: .....no , but wax proof might work :whistling:

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    tessb;3950845

    No, it needs to be strong, absorbent paper like brown paper.


    so would kitchen roll be ok like choc said? cos i've got some of that but no brown paper :-(

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    owlass;3950867

    :lol: .....no , but wax proof might work :whistling:


    i'm not as stupid as you look :whistling:

    cheerleader;3950892

    i'm not as stupid as you look :whistling:





    yes ya are ............. :? ............. :prop:


    use the brown paper from ya ann summers parcels ;-)

    I'd iron it and use toilet paper or kitchen roll if you don't have brown paper, anything to absorb the melted wax.

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    owlass;3950955

    yes ya are ............. :? ............. :prop:use the brown paper from … yes ya are ............. :? ............. :prop:use the brown paper from ya ann summers parcels ;-)


    what ann summers parcels? did you forget to send them to me? :whistling:

    cheerleader;3951003

    what ann summers parcels? did you forget to send them to me? :whistling:





    didn't ya send off for one of them mould ya bits kits :thinking:

    ......sure i wrapped 2 tea chests last week :-D

    Supermod

    wendyak;3950081

    Freeze it first.



    Isnt that chewing gum?

    Original Poster

    owlass;3951299

    didn't ya send off for one of them mould ya bits kits … didn't ya send off for one of them mould ya bits kits :thinking:......sure i wrapped 2 tea chests last week :-D


    no, i didn't... you must have been thinking of what you ordered :whistling:
    :lol: the tea chests haven't arrived yet :roll:

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    magicjay1986;3951315

    Isnt that chewing gum?


    i tried to freeze something that had chewing gum on it before & it didn't work :-( so chucked it..
    but the top i got candle wax on was brand new & was the first time i had worn it :cry:

    use a cloth, tea towl, brown paper whatever, and use the iron, done this loads
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