- Wood - By using an ice cube harden the wax and then carefully remove the wax by scraping it with a plastic ruler, spatula or expired credit card. For any left over residue rub the area with cream furniture wax and a soft cloth.
- Glass - Gentle scrape away any remnants from the holder. With a blow dryer apply medium heat to wax remnants and wipe away with a rag as it softens. Using hot soapy water, wash the area to remove remaining residue.
- Painted - Wall
Take a blow dryer and apply medium heat to gently wipe away wax as it softens. Mix a solution of 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water. With a soft rag remove residue with the vinegar solution.
- Carpet - Break or scrape off as much wax as possible from carpet and then vacuum the area. Lay a lint free, damp, white cloth over the the wax. If you do not have a cloth you can also use a paper towel. Set your iron to a medium and apply heat to the cloth or paper towel to help the material soak up the wax.
- Vinyl - Flooring Prepare hot water and soak the wax area. Using a dry cloth wipe off the wax. Repeat these two steps until all wax is removed. To remove remaining residue clean the vinyl with a multi purpose cleaner.
Votive Holder TIP: Put a teaspoon of water or olive oil inside the votive holder, before burning the votive candle, to help easily remove wax remnants.
Taper Holder TIP: Rub a olive oil on the base of your taper candle to keep wax from sticking to holder.