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The summer has been weird in upstate New York. Some days have been extremely hot and others...well, let's just say I had the heat turned on this morning on my drive to work. It was on one of those particularly hot summer days that I messed up big time and ultimately messed up my car. I had purchased some crayons at the store for my nephew and they were in the backseat of my car. I need the shopping bag later on that day and took the crayons out of the bag and put them, while still in the box, on the seat of my car.
Well, color me bashful, the next day, I went to remove the crayons and they had melted! It's not too bad, but enough that they're in the fibers. I haven't done anything to the stain. Thank goodness, it was only a pack of eight crayons as just a few colors are noticable.
Now, what am I supposed to do to remove the stain. Your comments and emails would be greatly appreciated. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.