Why am I showing you a picture of a towel?
Have you ever wondered how to remove melted wax? I've seen this technique done for carpet and googled around and found out that the same technique works for terry cloth. I wanted to see how easily it worked and it was easy and fast. And best of all , I didn't have to throw away a perfectly nice towel!
Once the wax is frozen, you can gently scrape it off with a spoon or butter knife.
To remove the remaining wax residue, cover the wax with butcher paper and iron. I used the high/dry setting. Lift the paper and repeat on a fresh section of paper until all of the wax is gone.
Lastly, toss your towel in the washer.
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