Car wax on clothes/blankets?

Hey all, need some help! My hubby had some red colored car wax (kind of like Turtle Wax) to wax up his car he was selling. It managed to get on a bunch of stuff including a few jackets, a couple sleeping bags, a towel or two, etc. I'm not sure at all how to proceed to get this out! I

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  1. #1
    jpoo68
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    Default Car wax on clothes/blankets?

    Hey all, need some help! My hubby had some red colored car wax (kind

    of like Turtle Wax) to wax up his car he was selling. It managed to

    get on a bunch of stuff including a few jackets, a couple sleeping

    bags, a towel or two, etc. I'm not sure at all how to proceed to get

    this out! I tried "googling" it but pretty much came up with

    solutions on getting candle wax out of things (using a warm iron and a

    paper bag). I don't know that I'd try that here, as this is the soft,

    pasty wax, not hard candle wax. Anyway, before I just start trying

    some random things (like the iron, Goo Gone, or freezing it to see if

    I can pick it off) I wanted to see if anyone ever had to deal with

    this before and knows what to do. Thanks!



    Jill








  2. #2
    Tracy
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    Default Car wax on clothes/blankets?

    Jill,

    WD-40 should do the trick! Give it a try.

    ~Tracy



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "jpoo68" <jpoo68@...> wrote:

    >

    > Hey all, need some help! My hubby had some red colored car wax (kind

    > of like Turtle Wax) to wax up his car he was selling. It managed to

    > get on a bunch of stuff including a few jackets, a couple sleeping

    > bags, a towel or two, etc. I'm not sure at all how to proceed to get

    > this out! I tried "googling" it but pretty much came up with

    > solutions on getting candle wax out of things (using a warm iron and

    a

    > paper bag). I don't know that I'd try that here, as this is the

    soft,

    > pasty wax, not hard candle wax. Anyway, before I just start trying

    > some random things (like the iron, Goo Gone, or freezing it to see if

    > I can pick it off) I wanted to see if anyone ever had to deal with

    > this before and knows what to do. Thanks!

    >

    > Jill

    >










 

 

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