Candle Wax on Hardwood Floor

Candle wax was spilled on my wooden floor. It is dry now. How do I remove the wax?

By gayle from New Iberia, LA

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June 11, 20050 found this helpful
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Renters caused problems for us: How can I take spilled melted wax off hardwood-floors, it also splashed up on the walls and metal closet doors.

Thank you for your help

Mary in Pueblo, CO

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November 27, 20130 found this helpful
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all i did just put a paper towel on the floor and go over with a hot iron and put stem and the wax came right up. Did not damage the hardwood floor.

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March 2, 20140 found this helpful
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I have read the responses and I discovered something that will help remove candle wax from a prefinished hardwood floor. First use a plastic putty knife to remove the major build-up and dispose of the scraps.

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Next use the previous mentioned Goof Off on a soft cotton rag to remove the rest. And it gets better - lastly use the edge of the plastic putty knife to remove that last bit in the cracks between the boards. Waa laa!

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November 17, 20140 found this helpful
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Husband just spilled candle wax all over the hardwood floor. Used a rubber spatula to scrape it after it dried. I then used the Goo bgone as suggested. The floor is like new! Thanks!

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February 27, 20150 found this helpful

Simply use a credit card to scrape it off. Follow with Goo Gone if necessary.

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