20 Most Recent Crayola Classic Color Pack Crayons BIN520008 Questions & Answers


Yes, it would be called blue-gray or cool gray or slate gray.
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Crayola Classic... | Answered on Jun 27, 2015


  • Firstly scrape as much of the wax from the upholstery with a plastic scraper, try not to rub it deeper into the material.
  • Place brown paper or other thick absorbent paper (not glazed) on the crayon. Using a clothes iron set to low heat setting, press down on the paper. Be careful or you may melt the upholstery. This will remove the excess wax. Keep checking the paper and replace it as it becomes saturated
  • Spray some WD40 on a paper towel , cotton wool or cloth and rub this into the stain. Repeat this with more towel until you have removed all the color.
  • Finally scrub the area with detergent and warm water to remove the WD40 and allow to dry

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Aug 30, 2014


Well that would depend on which kind of crayons you are talking about. If you have regular crayons you would peel the paper as you
used the crayon, however if you have the kind where there is a preforated wrapper around the crayon then you would peel it instead of like having to sharpen it.. I have only seen these in like your basic colors but I am sure they probably have them in all colors now. I hope this helps.

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Aug 11, 2014


Sorry but after5 kids, no I have not found anyway to remove melted crayon.

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Aug 11, 2014


Here's a detailed explanation:

http://www.ehow.com/how_7308754_set-crayola-colors-fabric.html

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Mar 11, 2013


Here's a detailed explanation:
http://www.ehow.com/how_7308754_set-crayola-colors-fabric.html

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Mar 11, 2013


You can go to Crayola website: http://www.crayolastore.com/story_studio.do
Then look for the itm and click on "View Details". there you will find item number

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Mar 11, 2013


Ahh, children and their creativity! :) Here's one solution I personally know works...Using a hair dryer, warm up the area of the chalkboard where the crayon is holding it a couple inches away from the board. The crayon will become melted and then you can wipe it away. You may want to follow up with a good grease cutting dish soap like Dawn. I find this gets the area really clean after. Another solution is a Magic Eraser by Mr. Clean. They are just scrubbing sponges if you've never used one. They work great for lots of things but WATCH OUT...they can remove the chalkboard surface if you scrub too hard or for too long (the same with other surfaces as well). But they do cut greasy areas up to get the "de-greaser" in like detergent.
Hope these solutions help you out!

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Aug 01, 2012


Paper Towl few levels, an iron on low, pulls the color into the towl.

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Apr 09, 2012


Heat, a paper towl and hair dry should do it. Put the paper towl on the tv, dry it on high and it will pull the wax into the towl.

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Apr 09, 2012


try a product called goof off

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Mar 28, 2012


To remove melted crayon from upholstery:
1. Scrape away melted wax from the upholstery as much as you can using a blunt knife. 2. Put a brown paper, or butcher paper (glossy side down) on top of the affected area then using the tip of a hot flat iron, melt the crayon until it stick to the paper. 3. Let the paper cool then lift it away gently from the upholstery. 4. Dab a small amount of denatured alcohol to remove any remaining stains then finally clean the affected area with sponge and water.
Hope this help. Goodluck!

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Jul 19, 2011


Soft Scrub and a washcloth. Use in gentle circular motions. Then wipe with a clean wet cloth and dry. If the crayon has actually stained the rubber, try Soft Scrub with bleach.

Crayola Classic... | Answered on Jun 27, 2011


Try this..
??¦Use a dull knife to scrape any of the debris off.
??¦Apply WD 40 to the stain and let it stand for five or so minutes. (Spray lubricant /oil)
??¦Use a stiff bristle brush to loosen the crayon.
??¦Wipe off with a clean terry cloth.
??¦Reapply as necessary.
??¦Apply liquid dishwashing detergent to the area with the stain.
??¦Work into the stain.
??¦Wipe clean with clean terry cloth.
??¦Rinse with a damp sponge.
??¦Allow to air dry fully.

Crayola Classic... | Answered on May 13, 2011

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