Re: [Histonet] paraffin on fabric chairs

From:"Jackie M O'Connor"

Not a lab solution, but a household one - -you can iron it off by placing 
a material like a pillowcase on the chair and using a household iron, melt 
the paraffin so it is absorbed into the pillowcase.
In most labs, fabric chairs are not allowed due to the potential for 
absorbing hazardous chemicals, biohazards, etc.    Lab chairs should be 
made of non-absorbent material.   Use this to get your safety department 
to spring for new chairs - preferably, ergonomic chairs.
Jackie O'

"Travis Troyer"  
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07/18/2006 09:48 AM



[Histonet] parafin on fabric chairs

We have some fabric chairs in our lab that have parafin on them.  Does 
anyone know of a way to clean the wax off?

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