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Ever have an annoying belt squeak? Dont spray with lube. Take a tire crayon and VERY CAREFULLY take the tire crayon and press the crayon to the moving belt surface. Top side and underneith Ribbed side.BE VERY CAREFUL!!! MAKE SURE NOT TO GET YOUR HAND NEAR ANY MOVING PARTS AND NEAR ANY THING HOT. MOVING BELTS AND CATCH CLOTHES AND FINGERS!!
??¦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.
You need to buy wax paper. Then you take the wax paper and put it on the clothing. Then take a iron and go over the wax paper to remove the wax that is on the clothing. Set the iron on high but make sure you keep moving it around, so not to burn the wax paper or clothing. This will remove the wax. If there is still a trace of color behind take white vineger and rub it on the spot to remove the color.
was a pen or crayon placed in the machine by mistake ? You will need to remove the residue, use rubbing alcohol on a rag for marker or pen ink , crayon use a razor scraper and then clenser and scrunge pad.
If they are globs you can freeze them by rubbing with an ice cube and scrape them off. If the residue is thin like a coat of paint use denatured alcohol or paint thinner to rub them off. Make sure you leave the dryer door open several hours after using solvent inside to air it out. Do not use the dryer immediately after using solvent or there could be a fire hazard.
If the crayon residue is on the clothes, you can put piece of absorbent paper (like a paper grocery bag) over the stain and iron it. The heat will melt the crayon wax and the paper will absorb it. You may have to do it several times to get it all out. Denatured alcohol or paint thinner might be needed to get the final stain out.