Crayons are made of colored wax. They can be used to draw on a number of surfaces, because the wax slides onto the surface and leaves a brightly colored residue. For unwanted crayon marks, a water displacing lubricant spray is needed to cut through the wax. It can be used to remove crayon from a number of surfaces, including glass. Glass must have it's shine restored after the crayon is removed.
Things You'll Need
- Water-displacing lubricant spray
- 2 soft cloths
- Liquid dish soap
- Window cleaner
- Paper towels
Spray a generous amount of water-displacing lubricant spray onto a soft cloth.
Rub the cloth in a circular motion over the crayon until it disappears.
Mix 1 cup warm water and 1 tsp. liquid dish soap in a bowl.
Dip another soft cloth into the soapy water, use it to wash off the water-displacing lubricant spray.
Spray the glass with window cleaner, and wipe it down with paper towels.