how to remove Crayon and Candle Wax off from walls?
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Not sure this will work on walls but you could try on a small spot. Lysol Kitchen cleaner. I just used it on our wood floor. My kids decided to color the floor yesterday and I wasn't sure what to do, so I just grabbed the first thing I thought of and much to my surprised, the crayon came right off the floor. No scrubbing required.
Amanda - posted on 12/06/2009
I just learned a trick a few weeks ago for crayon. Goo Gon!! I bought an entertainment center at a yard sale for $20 and it was so cheap because it was covered in crayon marks. I took goo gon and it came right off!!! The magic eraser worked to but on wood it left a little bit of a film.
Crystal - posted on 12/05/2009
Magic Eraser is your best bet for the crayon!! I have a wall artist myself. I had to by several and go over the wall several times.(it was black crayon) I used the generic Target brand it's about 2 dollars cheaper and does the trick!! Good luck!
Fran - posted on 12/05/2009
There is a spray that you can get and it is great for just about anything , It is called GOO GONE SPRAY GEL. It is good for wax ,sticky glue from stickers on window shield, You can use it on walls , carpets . You name it . You can even use it on fine linen or table cloths.
Janet - posted on 12/05/2009
Cover the wax with paper towels or newsprint. Iron the spot with a warm iron until the wax is absorbed by the paper. You might need to use a little cleaner to get the last of the color off after you've got all the wax off. But most of the color will come off with the wax. I've done this to get candle and crayon wax off clothes and carpet. It works great!
Brandi - posted on 12/05/2009
The crayon will come off with a Mr. Clean magic eraser. (that thing is just that, magic). I would try it on the candle wax. Also, I have heard that if you iron a rag over the wax, the wax will melt and stick to the rag instead of the wall. You could try that.
Sherilyn - posted on 12/05/2009
Wear rubber gloves when doing this !! boiling water gets anything out or off!!!! with the boiling water use any kind of soap dish , shampoo, hand... as long as it is liquid and mix it in a bowl or bucket and just wipe it off *** don't let the water cool down do it ASAP!! And dont forget your gloves!! it is easy and cheap!!
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