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How to remove melted crayon...

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this works for candle wax, but put a papertowel over it and iron over it. The crayon should soak up into the papertowel.. be careful not to burn it.

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You can try some Goo Gone. It works really good with taking out all kinds of stuff. It is really cheap too. You can get it at the dollar store, or almost any store for right about a dollar.

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remove the hands that put it there. they hurt a stang.

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this works for candle wax, but put a papertowel over it and iron over it. The crayon should soak up into the papertowel.. be careful not to burn it.
Use a 100% cotton towel. Works much better on car upholstery.
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You can try some Goo Gone. It works really good with taking out all kinds of stuff. It is really cheap too. You can get it at the dollar store, or almost any store for right about a dollar.



goo gone might f up the color in the cloth. i would do the paper towl and an iron.

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