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Troyal148@gmail.com

Posted 11:35 am, 11/08/2018

I see this was originally posted in 2015 but in case anyone has this issue again, GOO GONE will cut thru candle wax and remove chunks or just residue. I worked at the candle corp and this is what they use to remove wax. I know Lowe's hardware carries it I bought some there myself but I'm sure Wal-Mart does as well.

my3dogs

Posted 1:51 pm, 07/26/2018

Have you tried a stiff wire brush like is used to clean a grill?

123me2.

Posted 9:57 am, 07/23/2018

use ice

winniepoo47

Posted 11:24 am, 07/02/2015

Try a brown paper bag and hot iron. Place bag on the wax and iron it. I know it works for wax in carpet.

FAL762

Posted 12:13 am, 05/15/2015

Try heating it up with a hair dryer..or better yet a heat gun..thatll soften it, and allow you to wipe it up with a rag. You may need to try some lighter fluid or wd40 too...iirc both should work.

leftlimp1@wilkes.net

Posted 8:23 pm, 05/03/2015

Anyone know how to remove candle wax, red, from a slate rock hearth? I tried hot water, and alcohol, and scraping it. It gets a little off but not much. I have a streak of it about 8 inches long and 1 inch wide. The top will scrape off but the deep stuff will not. It's right in front of the front of the hearth.

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