Candle Wax - Get It Off!
Wax spills can be easily removed from some hard surfaces with the use of a plastic spatula and gently chip it off.
How to remove wax from tablecloths and carpeting
To remove wax from tablecloths and carpets, you’ll need a household clothing iron, some paper towels, and home dry-cleaning solvent. First, place paper towel across the wax stain and press the heated iron lightly against the top surface. The applied heat will re-melt the wax, and will be absorbed into the paper towel. Do not leave the iron in one place for long, as it can scorch or burn the carpet beneath the paper towel.
How do you get wax out of fabrics?
First consult laundering instructions provided by the manufacturer. For small wax stains, let the wax harden and then scrape it up using the back of a knife. Gently pouring boiling water poured through the cloth can be helpful. Apply mild cleaning fluid to remove any final traces of wax. Use cleaning professionals for expensive linens and fabrics.
How do I remove wax from lacquered furniture?
Take it to a professional in order to protect the varnish finish.
To remove wax from furniture, gently scrape hardened wax away with a plastic spatula. Buff remaining traces of wax with dry cheesecloth. Don't use harsh solvents or fluids. Polish the furniture surface with non solvent based polish or carnauba wax.