RE: {SPAM?} [Histonet] wax on the rug

From:"Douglas D Deltour"


I am not sure if you want to go to the trouble but I have used this
   1. Obtain an iron and a brown grocery bag.
   2. Place one layer of the paper bag over the spot with wax.
   3. With your iron on medium high, and iron over the paper bag over the
place with wax.
   4. Move the bag around if necessary. The wax will warm up and stick to
the grocery bag.
   5. Be diligent until all wax is gone. You may need more than one paper
bag, depending on the size of the hardened wax.
   6. Use a lower setting for delicate materials on the iron.

I have also used paper towels in place of the grocery bag. 

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Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 7:28 AM
Subject: {SPAM?} [Histonet] wax on the rug

Hello 'Netters,

Anyone out there know how to get paraffin out of the rug?? You know, from
tracking it into and down the hallway on your feet?

I do know that they have the sticky tape that you can put on the floor of
the lab before the carpet begins to take the wax off your shoes, but the
owner of the lab thinks it looks horrible and doesn't like it.

Thanks in advance....

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