I still don’t know how to remove crayon from colored clothes. Help!
That’s a really old post-written 10 years ago by the first Dr. Laundry, who retired in 2010. Did you try any of his suggestions? I take a little different approach with crayon stains than he did, tackling the waxy part of a crayon stain first. Here’s what you can try:
Brown paper bags are nice to work with for this because it is very easy to see the wax absorb onto the bag. It’s also important to begin work with the iron on its lowest heat setting so you don’t melt the wax too quickly and cause it to absorb into the fabric, or melt the fabric if it is synthetic. You can check your progress and possibly increase the temperature depending on how hot your iron is — they do vary.
I hope this is helpful. Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for reaching out!