Removing Melted Crayon from Clothing
How many times have you washed your kid’s (or your husband’s) clothes and realized they left something in their pockets. I’m always finding Legos, rocks, coins, tissues in the washing machine or dryer. But, have your clothes ever come out with melted crayons on them? Luckily, I have not had this happen, but if you do happen to get melted crayon on your clothes there is a way to get it off.
Check out A Thrifty Mom’s post on How to get melted crayons out of clothes ~ Laundry tips.
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