What do I do to remove candle drippings on treated wood floor? help

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  • Molly Anmar Molly Anmar on Dec 07, 2017
    Get a plastic (not metal) scraper and gently scrape the wax up.

  • LaViCa LaViCa on Dec 07, 2017
    Applying an ice cube to the drippings should harden them and allow for easier removal with a plastic paint scraper or spatula. The ice will consolidate the wax into a single piece and the plastic scraper / spatula will not harm your floor when using to remove the wax. Remember to dry any water that may result when using the ice.

  • Amanda Amanda on Dec 07, 2017
    Hello. Take a old towel and a iron. Put the towel on the wax and then iron the towel. It will absorb the wax.

  • Sandy Helliker Sandy Helliker on Dec 07, 2017
    Use a blow dryer to soften them, then a wet paper towel with a little dish soap to wipe them up once they are softened.

  • Suellen Hintz Suellen Hintz on Dec 07, 2017
    Put ice cubes down to chill the wax. Pop it up with fingernail or carefully with a knife.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 07, 2017
    Put a towel down and apply ice cubes,or use a warm iron on a towel