Here's what we learned yesterday: when a well-waxed general store sits in the back of a truck during the lunch hour on a not very hot day, the wax softens enough to cause chaos. It made the trip from NJ's house to the diner just fine and waited patiently while we had lunch. It went from her truck into the back of our van very nicely. But when we turned out onto the highway, I heard a little noise back there that I knew wasn't good.
This is just part of the damage. There's a custard bowlful of accessories that I picked up from the back of the van that came off the shelves that used to stand against the right side wall.
The plan is to clean off all of the wax and then glue the bits in place. Not sure what to use to clean off the wax. You can see in the photo that there are some really ugly oily wax stains. Lloyd suggests using rubbing alcohol. If you have any suggestions, I'd like to hear them, please!
You may have noticed I haven't posted lately. Real life has intervened once again. What a busy spring! When I do find mini time, I've been working on Greenleaf Dollhouses Spring Fling, and all mention must remain a secret until the contest closes. I'll be back -- the quilt shop is waiting impatiently, and the Pierce is rattling in its box!