Welcome. But wax won't even come off after being used once. At least not in your normal washes. The only way to fully remove wax is to use a detergent that is tough on grease. Dawn Dish soap is best for this. Dreadlockshampoo.com offers a wax remover that has gotten pretty good reviews too.
And crochet hooks do more damage than good. They break your hairs into little pieces. And they actually prevent locking. When you unnaturally tighten your locks, you can make them hold more water long, which can cause mold issues. Also, as they grow out, the part that was crocheted will be thinner and stiffer than the new growth. Locks should be soft and spongy, not hard and brittle feeling
welcome both crochet and wax are equaly bad 1` does extreme damage to the hair the other just cant get out and causes dreads to ri[ot the crochet..just thgrow the hook away the wax u should do agresive wax removal and use the wax b gone