Our tech team has launched updates to The Nest today. As a result of these updates, members of the Nest Community will need to change their password in order to continue participating in the community. In addition, The Nest community member's avatars will be replaced with generic default avatars. If you wish to revert to your original avatar, you will need to re-upload it via The Nest.
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Note: This only affects The Nest's community members and will not affect members on The Bump or The Knot.
Removing crayon wax residue from silicone baking molds...possible?
So I decided to take a stab at melting crayons into various shapes for my daughter. The outcome was great except now I have a mold that has crayon wax "baked in". So my questions are:
1. Should I just turn this mold into a craft one and refrain from using it for food ever again? Would it be safe once the crayon wax is removed to use the mold for food?
2. If the wax is able to be successfully removed and safe for food products, how do I successfully remove the wax and stains?
Nutmeg, cilantro, sage, mint, thyme... these are a few of my favorite things!
We have four children; one left us too soon.