Save money on crayons and make them thrift friendly by using
every bit of them. When they get very small, put them in the oven in
crayon molds. This will melt the crayons into the shape of these fun
Here are some tips to deal with crayon marks in the
- Try a mixture of baking soda and
- If the crayon stain is on a washable
fabric, run hot water through it.
- Place the fiber between 2 paper towels
and heat with an iron.
- Try rubbing alcohol mixed with water 2:1.