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How to Get Rid of Water Rings on Wood – You have that beautiful table in solid wood and those whitish spots created by the condensation of when you put the glass without a support are a real horror. Your mother must have told you several times not to do that. If you have had enough of being pampered or in the owner’s place and noticed how annoying these spots are, do not worry so much, you can remove them and if they do not come out completely, at least they can be disguised.

Do not use any cleaning product as you may end up with a larger bleach stain.

Try using baking soda, car wax or even toothpaste without gel. Attention to do slowly and carefully.

How to Get Rid of Water Rings on Wood

 

How to Get Rid of Water Rings on Wood

Bicarbonate: Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda to a teaspoon of water in a small bowl. Then soak a cloth in the mixture and then apply it over the ring of water on your wooden table by rubbing the cloth in circular motions until the stain leaves.

Car Wax: Run your finger on the product and trace the water ring a few times. Let it dry and then chandelier using a soft cloth.

Toothpaste: Place 1/2 teaspoon of toothpaste without gel on a clean cloth. Gently wipe the water ring with the cloth. Then use a damp cloth to clean the toothpaste and leave the wood dry. After trying any of these methods to remove marks and water rings just apply a furniture polish on your desk to return the shine to the piece.

Good luck!

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