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How do you clean candle wax from brick?

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2007-07-13 00:01:52
2007-07-13 00:01:52

A heating gun, you can buy one at wall-mart for about $29.00 It also removes paint,stain, and many other things with low mess. If you place a cloth over the wax and run a warm iron over the top of it, the wax will transfer to the cloth. This works on just about any surface.

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