What You'll Learn

  1. Hard Surfaces
  2. Soft Goods
Linens and fabric furniture
Remove as much wax as possible with a thin butter knife. Sandwich the linen between two plain paper bags—if you're working on a piece of furniture, simply top the area with a bag—and iron with medium heat until the wax transfers to the bag. Repeat with more bags as needed. Blot leftover color stains with denatured alcohol.

Leather furniture
Move a blow dryer quickly over the surface to warm the wax but not burn the leather. Remove the wax with a clean cloth, then use either a polish designed for leather furniture or a damp cloth with mild soap to remove residue and keep the leather from drying out.
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