Removing Vinyl Residue on Wood Furniture?

Unfortunately, we left a Leeds Padfolio, made from "durahyde, I think on our wood credenza for an extended period of time. It appears to have transferred part of its surface onto the wood. What was once a smooth wood finish now has a texture that feels like an alligator and is waxy. I tried to use my fingernail to remove it, but it just smudges. I am interested in how others have tackled issues such as this. Thank you!

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October 13, 20170 found this helpful
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You can try the following method.

Step 1
Freeze the vinyl with an ice cube.

Step 2
Scrape off as much as possible with the end of a credit card.

Step 3
Repeat.

Step 4
Use nylon net to get the rest off.

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