Removing Water Marks on Leather Furniture
Leather furniture such as couches or leather topped tables can be marred by water spots. This is a guide about removing water marks on leather furniture.
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Do you have any suggestions for getting water spots out of leather covered tables, also wood tables? Thanking you in advance.
By Anna Marie March 24, 2001 0 found this helpful
I once read that a little bit of mayonaise rubbed into the area would remove the spot.
Reply Was this helpful? Helpful? Yes March 24, 2001 0 found this helpful
I had to consult my Make It Last Book, by Yankee Magazine, for this answer. Keep polishing! If you continue applying furniture polish on a regular basis, the rings will eventually disappear. Also, to clean a leather tabletop: Mix a solution of equal parts lemon juice and water. Sponge on solution, then wipe dry.
This may not be the quick answer you may have been hoping for but the tips in this book are tried and true Yankee Ingenuity!
Mrs Kathy Cohen
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To remove white rings from wood tables use "METHYLHIDRETE" on a cloth and let it stay for 5 minutes or so and the ring will go away.
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I would like to know how to get water like marks off of leather sofas.
Bev from Rhondda Cynon Taff, Wales
How do I get water marks off the leather on the desk top? They appear as white marks and are slightly raised.
Ron from Cumbria
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