Removing Paper Stuck to Wood
Stickers or wet paper can stick to wooden things when they dry. It can be challenge to remove without damaging the wood. This is a guide about
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How do I remove dried newspaper that is stuck on my dark wood dining table without ruining the finish? Thanks I am desperate.
Aehtna from Los Angeles, CA July 15, 2009 0 found this helpful Best Answer
Try spreading on a thin layer of vegetable or olive oil, letting it set for a few, then rub off with an old soft kitchen towel, and wipe clean.
Reply Was this helpful? Helpful? Yes July 17, 2009 0 found this helpful
Try using Vaseline on it, let it set for a little while.
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How do I get a piece of wet cardboard that dried on a wood table off without ruining the table?
Lynda from Kearny, NJ May 1, 2010 0 found this helpful Best Answer
My husband refinished antique furniture. He said to apply some mayonnaise to it and let it sit for awhile and then it should come right off.
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A wet magazine was left on finished table top inadvertently leaving some black words and some red from the magazine. How can I remove the print without ruining the finish?
May 19, 2014 0 found this helpful
Try using some "Awesome" cleaner from dollar tree. I would try it diluted first and then work up to full strength. It is really wonderful! It is a yellow liquid in an odd-shaped bottle.
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If you ever get a piece of plastic or paper that is 'stuck' to your countertop or dresser, just add a drop or two of baby oil to the spot and it should lift right off.
By Robin 0 found this helpful
If someone mistakingly uses a paper towel or newspaper for a coaster you may find youself with paper stuck to your furniture. Peel away as much of the paper as you can, then apply some olive oil to a clean rag. Apply the olive oil to the paper and the paper should remove easily.
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