Place two to three ice cubes inside a small plastic bag. Close the bag just above the ice cubes and secure it with a twist tie or tie a knot in it.
Place the ice directly over the wax and hold in place for 60 seconds. The goal is to freeze the wax so it becomes hardened.
Use a small rag to hold the ice in place and protect your fingers.
Use the back side of a dull butter knife to scrape the wax away. It should come right off.
If the wax covers a large surface area, you may need to repeat the process to get it all.
Use a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser if the wax left a color stain.
Wet the Magic Eraser and rub until the stain is gone. You may need to apply pressure to get it all.
Things You Will Need
- Ice cubes
- Small plastic bag
- Twist tie, optional
- Small rag
- Dull butter knife
- Magic Eraser
- Putty knife, optional
- Ruler, optional
- Hardback book, optional
- Allow candles to cool completely before removing them to prevent wax from spilling onto the bathtub.
- When using a dull butter knife, position yourself so you are scraping away from your body to avoid potential injury.
- You can substitute a putty knife, ruler or the edge of hardback book for the butter knife. The goal is to use a flat stiff edge to pry the wax off.