On Monday night Michael and I welcomed his mom, Madeline, to our house for a fajita dinner. The food was great, but even better was:
- The company! We had a great time chatting away and catching up with one another.
- The treats that Madeline brought us from Japan! Green tea and strawberry kit-kat’s, Japanese snack crackers, and a beautiful thimble Michael’s sister, Katie, sent to me for my crafting projects.
- The mysterious wax figurine left on my table after my candle burnt through. We all think it resembles a bunny… he’s been resurrected!
So while the resurrected bunny is quite amazing, it’s time for it to go. This made me inquire about how best remove wax from wood tables. After some Googling, these are the best tricks for removing wax:
- Let the wax fully dry before beginning any clean-up.
- Use the edge of a credit card to scrape away the dried wax. A credit card has a firm edge but won’t scrap the wood surface.
- Then, saturate a clean cloth with white vinegar. Scrub the surface of the wood table to remove waxy and greasy residue left by the candle wax.