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I Spilled Wax On My Wall!

posted in Various
09/08/2015
  • OK so I love those scented wax warming pots. The other day I shut my dresser drawer a little too hard and knocked one over and it splattered all over my wall
    OK so I love those scented wax warming pots. The other day I shut my dresser drawer a little too hard and knocked one over and it splattered all over my wall
  • I looked at every website I could find to try to figure out a way to get rid of it. Here's what I tried.
    I looked at every website I could find to try to figure out a way to get rid of it. Here's what I tried.
  • Get your iron and a stack of clean plain printer paper. Turn your iron to the hottest setting without steam. Place 2 to 3 sheets up against the waxed portion of the wall  and hold your iron to it
    Get your iron and a stack of clean plain printer paper. Turn your iron to the hottest setting without steam. Place 2 to 3 sheets up against the waxed portion of the wall and hold your iron to it
  • Hold it there in until you start to see the wax absorbing into the paper.
    Hold it there in until you start to see the wax absorbing into the paper.
  • When you see the wax has been absorbed into the paper toss those sheets and put three new ones on there.
    When you see the wax has been absorbed into the paper toss those sheets and put three new ones on there.
  • This is a very tedious and time-consuming process hopefully you have a working television in the same room.
    This is a very tedious and time-consuming process hopefully you have a working television in the same room.
  • But it does work. This also works with fabric (cottons work best) but it happens far more rapidly than with paper and you could ruin your iron very easily.
    But it does work. This also works with fabric (cottons work best) but it happens far more rapidly than with paper and you could ruin your iron very easily.
  • If you don't care about your iron I say do the fabric method! don't waste your time with the paper. if you love your iron use the paper method!

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