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To remove candle wax from a tablecloth, freeze the tablecloth, scrape the stained area with a knife, and iron the stained area between several sheets of brown paper. Finish removing the stain by washing the tablecloth ac... More »

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To remove candle wax from leather, freeze the wax, and gently scrape away the remnants. If a stain remains, make a paste with earth powder and water, let it dry on the stain, and brush it off with a soft toothbrush. Appl... More »

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To remove candle wax from brick, scrape the wax with a dull knife, and use a heat gun to melt the wax residue. Finally, blot the wax with a soft cloth. You need a dull knife, a heat gun and soft cloths to complete this t... More »

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To remove wax from a table cloth, scrape off the spilled wax with a dull knife and place the tablecloth between several sheets of kraft paper. Iron the spot until the wax is pulled onto the kraft paper. Dry clean any rem... More »

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To remove wax from a tablecloth, scrape off as much of the wax as possible, place paper above and below the wax and iron the wax stain. The oil and excess wax should transfer to the paper. More »

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To remove candle wax from leather, freeze the wax, and gently scrape away the remnants. If a stain remains, make a paste with earth powder and water, let it dry on the stain, and brush it off with a soft toothbrush. Appl... More »

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Make scented candles by melting candle wax and stirring candle fragrance into the mixture before pouring the wax into candle containers or molds. You need wax, candle fragrance oil, dye, candle wicks, and glass or metal ... More »

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