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How to Remove Candle Wax with a Hair Dryer and Credit Card

There's nothing like candlelight for a warm intimate dinner. Unfortunately, candles sometimes produce a little bit of a mess. But if you do have some wax drips, don't worry, it may be easier to clean up than you think.

Just take a regular hair dryer and heat up the wax.

Then a simple plastic credit card should lift the wax right off.

Any remaining wax will be soft and can be wiped up easily with a paper towel.

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