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    Value Village didnt have any hair dryers for sale, nor irons.....will keep looking! Might even buy a new hair drier
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    Candle wax removal

    Ski wax remover may work for trace amounts once the bulk is scraped off. I don't know exactly what is in it, but it has a citric odour. Probably lemon based. I have used it in the past when I was waxing my own skis. Works well for that purpose, don't know if candle wax is different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvi5 View Post
    Ski wax remover may work for trace amounts once the bulk is scraped off. I don't know exactly what is in it, but it has a citric odour. Probably lemon based. I have used it in the past when I was waxing my own skis. Works well for that purpose, don't know if candle wax is different.
    Hmmmm.....never knew there was such a critter....we always use scrappers.....anyway, my new 8 buck hair drier should show up anyday now.

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