How do you clean indoor battery operated candles?

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I have indoor candles that have yellowed and have dust and hair on them, how do I clean them?
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Oct 26, 2015
    Try blowing the hair and dust out of them with a blow dryer. I do not know why they would have yellowed unless this is simply dirt.Try using Mr. Clean magic eraser on them.

  • PainterNoni PainterNoni on Oct 26, 2015
    Might also try dryer sheets...............perhaps spray paint them?

  • Z Z on Oct 26, 2015
    If you can, take them apart and clean the candle itself with a Magic Eraser, as Janet recommended. If they don't come completely clean, I'd too would spray paint them as Noni suggested.

  • Martha  Mikesell Martha Mikesell on Oct 01, 2020

    Finally an answer ,We will spray paint the white one, the stain was red from handleing the other candle ist which is red.

  • Chelsea Williams Chelsea Williams on Feb 06, 2021

    Did the cleaning ever work? I've been trying to google this question too. I have expensive real wax fake candles. I moved recently and packed red candles with my cream ones and now all my cream ones are horribly stained! Ive tried magic eraser, scrubbing with lysol wipes, hot water, even scrapping off the wax w a knife and nothings working! I wouldn't care if they were the cheap candles, I'd buy new, but these weren't 😔