Early this morning before the kids woke up, Hubs and I decided we’d color our grays.
After doing his hair I decided to work on mine in the bathroom leisurely.
Everything was going okay till I tried to move a strand of hair away from my nose
and in the process banged my elbow on the Scentsy warmer plugged into the wall socket,
and yes, it happened.
The hot wax flew out of the warmer,
and splattered all over my white ceramic sink bowl.
Seemingly looking as if not a spot was spared!!!
but then I remember reading about this quick clean-up solution well before I got my first Scentsy warmer.
Thank God it worked!
So the next time Scentsy wax spills onto your countertop, floor, or wall, don’t freak out.
Just do what I did!
How to clean a Scentsy wax spill easily.
All you need is your hair-dryer and some paper napkins/towels to get to work.
You read right!
No cleaning solutions are needed.
Switch on your hair-dryer to the maximum heat and allow it to blow over the dried wax area.
The wax will begin to melt in just a few seconds.
As it melts away, wipe up the wet wax with your paper napkin.
(The last thing you want is to have wet wax running into a sink drain, only to clog the same up later!)
Work patiently and soon you will have your once wax-splattered surface looking as good as new.
You can say goodbye to those days of scraping off hardened wax with a butter knife! (Yes, speaking from experience here!)
It helps to remember these easy hacks especially when you have a day packed with activity!
Have you ever had any candle wax accidents? What did you do to clean up the mess?
That being said, have you checked out the other hacks that have saved me a lot of stress and grief?
Who knew those rubber bands lying around could be used for more purposes than one?
These really are some of life’s best rubberband hacks!
Oh and those dolls?
The countless number of times your daughter has run to you complaining her doll’s hair is too knotted?
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