3 Alternative Methods to Get Wax Out of Clothes

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3 Alternative Methods to Get Wax Out of Clothes

If you have a wax stain on your clothes, there are a few different ways to remove it. One way is to use vegetable oil.

Vegetable Oil

First, remove any large chunks of wax, then soak the stain in vegetable oil. Pat it with a paper towel, then wash as usual.

Rinse It with Boiling Water

Another way to remove a wax stain is to rinse it with boiling water. First, remove any large chunks of wax, then lay the garment over a bowl so that the stained area is directly above the bowl. Fasten the cloth with a rubber band, pour boiling water over the stain and watch it melt away.

How to Remove Wax with A Blow Dryer // Does This Work?

You can also try using a hairdryer to remove a wax stain. First, remove any large chunks of wax, hold the hairdryer about six inches from the stain, and turn it on high. Move the hairdryer back and forth until the wax is melted, then blot with a paper towel and wash as usual.

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