The one thing you don't want to do is put any clothes with crayon on them into the dryer. As soon as the fabric heats up and the crayon melts, the dryer drum gets streaked with color that can transfer to every garment in the load.
MethodTipsWarnings Put some cleanser on a wet sponge or rag. Dampen your rag or sponge with hot water. Use a powdered cleanser like Comet, Ajax, Bon Ami, or Bar Keeper’s Friend. Scrub at the crayon stains in your dryer. Rub hard to work the crayon out.Use an old toothbrush to scrub cracks and corners. Sprinkle your powdered cleanser onto a dampened toothbrush. Scrub with the toothbrush in any cracks and corners where the crayon migh…在www.wikihow.com上查看所有 4 个步骤用户评级: 71/100
Removing crayon from your dryer is not a fun thing to do, but neither is having to rewash multiple loads of laundry to get out crayon stains. If you accidentally wash, and then dry crayons in your dryer, along with a load of clothes, you inevitably get crayon stains of melted crayon wax all over your clothing.
When cleaning a dryer drum of crayon, start by scraping off any wax from your dryer walls with a credit card or gift card. Once the majority of the wax is off, run your dryer for 10-15 minutes to soften it. This action allows the crayon marks to wipe away more easily while you try out these next crayon removal methods. Using Powder Cleanser to Remove Crayon from a Dryer
9/10/2011& 0183;& 32;Get rid of crayon stains by scraping off as much of the wax as possible with a credit card. Then apply WD-40 to a white cloth and wipe the soiled areas. For ink stains, use a small amount of pre 作者: Christina Peterson
4/17/2017& 0183;& 32;Washing and drying clothes with crayon is an unfortunate laundry accident. The wax and color of the crayon will dry into the clothes and likely ruin them. The good news is these clothes do not need to be trashed. Salvage them with a simple cleaning mixture …
Gum or wax stains look tougher to clean than they actually are. If you've ever forgotten a stick of gum in your jean's pocket or left a crayon in a shirt pocket and ran them through the dryer, you know what a mess they can make. However, removing a gum or waxy stain from your dryer drum isn't too difficult.
7/18/2013& 0183;& 32;That crayon is just like my sin. Sin leaves nothing and no one in my life untouched. Even those clothes at the back of the dryer, far away from the crayon were covered with blue stains. While my sin has been forgiven by God, I am still living with the effects of those sins, as well as the sins of my parents and grandparents.
And yes, our dryer had crayon melted onto the drum. I was pleasantly surprised to see that it wiped right off with a paper towel or a soft cloth. It was hard to bend around in there remember that it spins, so rotate it around after you've cleaned one area but not hard at all to get it off. posted by CathyG at 9:57 AM on November 21, 2009
4/17/2009& 0183;& 32;Ah, yes, the old crayon-in-the-dryer They sneak into the wash on purpose just to be mean. And they're always red or orange. I found that all clothing in that load ended up as grungy-play clothes because I couldn't get the wax off. On the other hand, my husband's underwear - which turned pink under the influence of red crayon -was replaced quickly.