[Histonet] Remove the paraffin from clothing!

Tiffany Pitts tes4 <@t> u.washington.edu
Fri Nov 17 09:22:24 CST 2006

This actually does work, I've tried it. I have heard that you can put a 
piece of gauze (or an old, thinning kitchen towl) between the paper and the 
cloth to help to wick up the hot parrafin as well, but I haven't tried this 
Good luck
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>I was told, yet have not had to do this,but place the clothing between two
> brown paper bags(do they still have these?) and use a hot iron-supposedly 
> it
> melts the paraffin and the bags absorbs the grease. Good luck.
> dana
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