Removing stains from wax is a challenge, but you can certainly do it. First, move the fabric away from the wax source and wait for the wax to harden. Remove the excess with a brush, then use an iron and paper towel, the iron will dissolve the remaining wax and transfer it to the towel. Place the spots with a liquid Triumf detergent.
1. Removing excess
Allow the wax to dry and remove the excess by scraping/breaking off the solid wax. Then, using a warm iron, without steam and a paper towel, warm up the wax residue and transfer it to a paper towel. Be careful not to leave the iron in one place for too long.
If the wax stain is still visible, pour the place with a spot of Triumf liquid and rub it gently into the stain. Leave it for 5-10 minutes.
Pour the right amount of detergent into the cap and then into the washing machine's dispenser.
4. Laundry loading
Without rinsing the detergent, put the laundry in the drum along with other things. Leaving the detergent on the stain will give your laundry extra cleaning power.
Wash in the normal cycle at the highest permissible water temperature. Always check the washing instructions on the fabric label.
6. Taking the laundry out of the washing machine
At the end of the washing cycle, take clothes out from the drum as soon as possible. If the wax stain does not disappear after washing, repeat the previous steps before putting into the dryer, as drying will fix the stain.