White Heat Marks on a Wood Table?

How do I get white rings marks, caused by heat, from my dining table?

By Lorraine Novack from Edmonds, WA


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March 31, 20110 found this helpful
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Try rubbing small amount of mayo into the ring and then buff it out with soft cloth or another way is to make a paste of coffee grounds and water, rub it in, leave for an hour and buff out! Super easy!

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April 1, 20111 found this helpful
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I have used a hair dryer. I "dry" the stain for about 30 seconds using hot heat, then buff it with a soft cloth. May need some patience but it works every time!

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April 26, 20190 found this helpful

The hairdryer worked great! I just put a toasted cheese sandwich down on a paper towel on my end table and it left a perfect cloudy white impression of the piece of bread on my table.


I got the blowdryer and held it close to it and it took it away after a few minutes of making small circles. I wiped with some olive oil spray to bring back the shine. It's completely gone! Thanks!

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April 2, 20110 found this helpful

A product I was recommended called Liberon worked wonders for me. Failed with the iron, just got another mark!

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