- 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
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