How do you remove candle wax stains from granite counter tops?
I accidently left a couple of wax candles (red / brown) sitting directly on a granite surface and it left a stain in the stone. How can the stains be removed without causing further harm to the surface?
Bleach andBoiling h20 carefully w / thick gloves use an abrasive scrub brush
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