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Crayons Scrap of Cardboard Tin Foil Oven
Set oven to 200 degrees and place your box of crayons on a sheet of foil. Bake for 10-15 minutes
Remove crayons from oven. Drain as much of the wax as you can and then place your box on a new sheet of foil.
Place back into the oven and repeat. Do this until most of the wax has been removed. You can check by peeking in the box to check how ...
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