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Citronella on pavers-- HELP

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Citronella on pavers-- HELP

Post  KelliK on 6/19/2012, 3:57 pm

In cleaning up our patio/ yard two weekends ago I threw an old citronella candle ontop of some cardboard boxes. My wonderful huband picked said boxes up to take to the trash can and came back to find a trail of citronella on our new pavers. He saw red as we just sank a lot of hard earned money into our new oasis.



Any ideas of how to get it off without "ironing it". Its supposed to be super hot this week, so I am hoping it can be taken care of.



Thanks!
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Re: Citronella on pavers-- HELP

Post  Patty from Yorktown on 6/19/2012, 5:47 pm

Hi,
I would use several paper towels to soak up the wax when it has melted from the heat. If that does not work, perhaps a really stiff scrub brush and a lot of elbow grease or a pressure washer. Good luck.
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