How do I remove a water mark from an oak table?
By roger from Crete
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I over watered a plant for some time and have a 6 inch water stain imbedded in my oak table. What's the best way to remove?
By John J.
Did you see all the other posts on the same issue? Lots of good ideas. Using toothpaste (not gel) mixed with baking soda sounds like it might work, or maybe the magic eraser. Both should be quite abrasive and then try the mayo or a furniture oil/cleaner like Old English.
I did try to remove the white ring made by a glass of ice water left overnight on my new oak table with mayo and baking soda paste. It turned out darker. Then I tried the white vinegar with olive oil still and it still hasn't improved. Please help
The best solution I have found for this problem is a product named "Liquid Gold", you'll find it right where you find furniture sprays like Pledge.
Spray Liquid Gold on the stain, let sit overnight or for a few hours, then wipe away.
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Can you tell me the best way to get a large water stain out of my oak table?