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Candles are a great addition to nearly any room in your house, but, unfortunately, candlelit ambiance sometimes comes with a mess. Do you have stubborn dried candle wax on your tablecloth, clothing, or candlestick that you can’t seem to remove? Don’t stress – with the right approach, cleaning candle wax spills isn’t hard. Usually, removing wax is a simple matter of re-melting it or cooling it so it can be chipped off. See Step 1 below to get started.
Method 1 of 3: Using a Hair Dryer
Find and plug in a blow dryer. In this method, a blow dryer is used to re-heat and melt the candle wax so that it be easily wiped up. This method is a great choice for hard surfaces like tabletops and candlesticks. It’s not quite as good of a choice for fabrics, especially if the wax is colored, as melting the wax without immediately soaking it up can cause the stain to spread.
Blow dry the wax until it melts. Set your blow dryer to a “hot” setting and use it to heat up the wax. As you do so, try not blow the wax around – it’s easier to wipe up if it’s all in one puddle, rather than spread out.
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