Removing Glossy Furniture Oil from Table

I just purchased a used cherry table with a matte finish. Down the center of the table there is a high-gloss sheen. I think it may be from the previous owner using a high gloss spray oil and then realizing they should not have. Any clue what I can use to safely remove the high gloss oil from the table, without hurting the original matte finish? The image is dark, but you can see the high gloss down the center. Ignore the fan, still looking for the right chandelier :)
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October 9, 20170 found this helpful

Try Guardsman Furniture polish. It cleans and polishes.

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June 5, 20180 found this helpful

I know what caused that shine because the same thing happened to my lovely table. They have used a paste of baking powder and water to remove heat stains. This method removes stains, but if your furniture has a matte finish unfortunately it then leaves a shiny mark. I was so sorry I used the baking soda paste method on my table as apparently it works well on shiny furniture but ruins matte furniture. I am yet to find a solution for my shiny patch.

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