Any suggestion of how to get sentry wax out of crochet doilies?

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  • Barbara.molly Barbara.molly on Feb 14, 2018
    what is "sentry" wax. Do you mean century old wax?
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    • Barbara.molly Barbara.molly on Feb 15, 2018
      HI Paula, I have never heard of it. Don't think it's in oz yet, some things take 20-30 years to get here. Getting back to the wax, have you tried putting it into the freezer for a while then seeing if the wax crumbles?
  • Darlene Holien Darlene Holien on Feb 14, 2018
    use groc bags....cup the bags apart and lay the doily between layers of the paper and iron usung a hot iron. Keep moving the doily to a different sport every few minutes. The wax should melt and the paper will soak up the wax. Hope this helps!
  • Wendy L Lockwood Wendy L Lockwood on Feb 14, 2018
    Before you do the brown paper/paper towel method with the iron . . . Save yourself some time and a tree. If there are any 'big chunks' on them throw them in the freezer. Once frozen, you should be able to 'pick off' a good amount of those big chunks and possibly prevent it from 'running' more when you start the melting method.
    • Paula Paula on Feb 14, 2018
      Thank you Wendy. Freezing it first and getting as much off as You can and then using paper bag does make a lot of Sentsy😂.
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Feb 14, 2018
    Hot soak and wash...........