The cleaning experts added: “Naturally, this technique works best when the wax is fresh and hasn’t been sitting too long or on top of clothing that could be damaged by freezing temperatures.”
To remove wax from walls, scrape away as much wax as possible with a spoon before using an ice cube to remove any remaining residue from your wall by placing them on top of it and letting them melt.
This will help to loosen up any remaining wax particles so that they are easier to remove. The pros noted: “Finally, spray WD-40 on a cloth and wipe away any remaining residue until no more comes off onto the cloth.
“Again, the WD-40 will break down the oil in the wax, making it easier to wipe away with a towel or rag — just be sure not to use too much because it can leave a residue behind itself.