How to Clean Wrought Iron

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Rain washes the wax off.

Correct! Check the weather to make sure it’s not going to rain while your bench is drying. Water will wash the wax off before it’s absorbed so you’ll have to start the process over again. Read on for another quiz question.

High humidity will melt the wax.

Nope! High humidity shouldn’t make much difference for your bench. It might take a bit longer to dry if the air is very humid, but the wax will still be effective. Choose another answer!

Heat melts the wax off.

Not exactly! Extremely high temperatures might melt the wax off of your bench before it is absorbed, but this probably won’t apply to you! Hot air might even help your bench dry more quickly. Click on another answer to find the right one…

Cold prevents the iron from absorbing the wax.

Try again! Cold air won’t prevent the wrought iron from absorbing the wax. Look for another reason to check the weather before waxing! Guess again!

Wind blows dirt into the wax.

Not quite! Even on a windy day, you shouldn’t have to worry too much about dirt getting stuck on your furniture. If you’re concerned, try moving the bench into your garage or shed. Click on another answer to find the right one…