The procedure involves place a drop of Ivory Liquid onto the palm of one’s hands and rolling the egg around, until the color begins to lighten. Next, rinse well in tepid water. And repeat if all the color is not removed.
In addition, to neutralize the eggshell, I generally dip the egg into a bath of 1 cup of water + 1 Tbsp. white vinegar; rinse again under the tap, and pat the shell dry. Finally, the egg is ready to dye.
Tip#1: Jim of www.pysankyusa.com suggests your buy a cheap soap dispenser from the dollar $tore and fill it with 1/3 Ivory and 2/3 water, shake and keep near your to the sink for this purpose.
Tip#2: If you notice a section of the egg, which was supposed to be colored and waxed, but you forgot…just wash back as noted above, and you are good to go onto the missing color.
Tip#3: For tough areas of color, especially while using any extra fine kistka tips, it is helpful to use the #11 soft grip scrubbing mop brush or a very soft children's tooth brush.