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    Posted: 18/May/2005 at 8:33pm
Does anybody have any advice on what to use to get wax off carpet?
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An iron and a towel.
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Put on a kettle, boil , pour over wax, allowing melt time, extract with open hose cuff. Repeat as needed.Simple and quick.
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Wax on, wax off! thanks!

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I agree with Willy.

If there is a lot of wax I'd chop away the excess first.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/May/2005 at 10:01pm

Originally posted by Willy Parsons Willy Parsons wrote:

Put on a kettle, boil , pour over wax, allowing melt time, extract with open hose cuff. Repeat as needed.Simple and quick.

And leave the pad wet for weeks???Guitar

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melt it out with the heat from your unit... first put a little pog on it... break up the excess and steam it out

 

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Hot water has been the best method so far.  What would you do then Doug.
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they don't have wax in GOD-UR-ICH they have all electric lighting now
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Originally posted by MR. STEAMER MR. STEAMER wrote:

they don't have wax in GOD-UR-ICH they have all electric lighting now

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The only wax doug sees is at the end of his Q-tip
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Originally posted by MR. STEAMER MR. STEAMER wrote:

The only wax doug sees is at the end of his Q-tip

Do you think he perfected his method for removal by testing on a Q-tip

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WAX STICKS TO CARPET.....UH OH

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