I've used citrus cleaner on ski wax and it worked to soften the wax; it may or may not work on beeswax.
Second idea; wet down the driveway; this should stop the wax from sticking and pour boiling water on the wax. I'm guessing the boiling water may be enough to raise the wax and the water on the driveway should keep it from resticking.
You could always try one of those weed flame throwers to liquefy the wax but I have no idea what it might do to the wax.
I got the same here....Im too lazy to do anything about it...I scrap as much off the concrete as possible. I think the wax melts into the porous concrete becoming "permenantly" imbedded. Looks like old gum on a city street after a while.
Google gum remover machine, its like a steam cleaner, maybe a similar approach will work.
A guy I pollinate for has a portable hotsy pressure washer that I have borrowed on occasion. It burns kerosene for the heat and works great for removing wax, propolis, oil, grease, paint, etc. from cement. If its a big mess I, personally, would rent one or borrow one :thumbsup:
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