- - table knife;
- - linen napkins;
- - kerosene;
- - white spirit;
- - soda;
- - metal brush for washing dishes;
- - dishwashing liquid;
- - liquid for washing interior of the oven or the microwave.
If the amount remaining on the walls of utensils wax is sufficiently large, then put the pan or bowl for half an hour beforehand in the freezer.Frozen and solidified wax layer blunt and flat pry tip table knife or other hard flat object, trying not to scratch or damage the surface of the dishes.With metal and plastic surfaces of paraffin crust removed without difficulty.
In that case, when you use a non-metallic bowl, remove the remaining wax, pre-heating of the dishes in the microwave oven or bay with hot water, almost boili
ng.After that, well, wipe the dishes dry linen napkin.
Wash the wax residues from the walls of a metal pan or bowl, put it to boil on the stove and filling it with water.In the water, add the liquid to wash the internal surfaces of the oven or microwave ovens.It contains an alkali and dissolved paraffin.After 10 minutes, drain the water and wipe dry the dishes.
Wax dissolved in benzene, xylene, toluene, so use kerosene or white spirit, which can be purchased at a hardware store.Moisten one of these liquids linen napkin and wipe the surface of the pots inside and out.Then, wash it in hot water with dishwashing detergent.
Those bowls and woks, which can be washed with abrasive powders, Wash using a wire brush and powder soda.Wipe the surface in a circular motion and rinse well with the dishes under running hot water.
cleared of paraffin dishes, be sure to use rubber household gloves so as not to damage the skin of your hands and nails.
Candlestick, where candles were made of paraffin, first wash in hot water, then wipe with a cloth soaked in white spirit.Metal candlestick and then polish with a dry linen napkin.