Grease Stain on Teak Serving Tray?

My favorite teak wood serving tray now has a huge grease stain on it. Does anyone know what might remove the grease?

By Susan from FL

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June 26, 20090 found this helpful

This link states what will remove grease and residue from teakwood.

www.frontgate.com/.../teak.html

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June 27, 20090 found this helpful

If you are not successful getting the grease stain off; couldn't you just oil the entire tray and make it match? They make special oil for wood cutting boards and bowls; though mineral oil would probably also do a good job. (Do not use a vegetable oil--they can go rancid over time.)

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