As a kid I remember Mom always telling me to use a coaster and not to put my cups down on the table. Now understand it’s because she didn’t know how to remove water stains from wood table top. Neither did I until my daughter taught me.
My daughter and her husband started their own resale business several years ago and my daughter is in charge of cleaning, repairing, and refurbishing items before they resell them.
She has learned quite a bit about how to do most of the repairs through trial and error. So before I try anything I always ask for her advice and expertise.
One of the things she learned and has worked so well for hers and others who have tried it is the following remedy to remove water rings from wood furniture.
Water stain removal in the past, for me, meant I needed to cover it with something (probably why Grandma always used doilies…) or throw it out. I had no clue what to do.
Another thing is that this works for old water stains as well as new water stains on wood, and it includes dark water stains on wood furniture, too.
How To Remove Water Stains From A Wooden Table Easily!
Before I share with you her remedy for how to remove a water stain from a wooden table I want you to see some of the things I have shared that she has repaired or refurbished – some for personal use:
Today she is sharing her tips for how to remove water stains from wood tables, this also works to repair burns on wood tables, as well as white water stains, too:
“This is the best way I have found to fix burns and/or fix stained wood easily on various wood tables.
I have had many of these stains myself from my kids spilling a drink or setting a hot pan of cookies on it! This has worked well every time to remove watermarks from the wood tables I own and ones I have sold.”
It’s so simple and easy to get rid of watermark rings. Let’s get started!
Clean Towel (white is best or at least one you know will not transfer color)
Steam Iron with the steam turned on
Directions to remove water stains from wood:
Make sure the surface is clean and dry.
Check the spot to see if it is still there and repeat the process until it is gone.
For me it has taken up to about 6 times to get the desired result. After removing the marks re-seal the finish by using a little furniture polish or furniture wax to get it looking good again.
That’s it – How To Remove Water Stains From A Wood Table! That’s all there is to it and it takes just a couple of minutes and you’re all set!
Make sure if you give this a try that you come back and share your results with us. We love to chat about how things worked out.
Do you have any other tips on how to fix items around the house instead of having to toss them out or live with it? Make sure to leave them in the comments below.
You will NOT believe the AWFUL AWFUL couch she made look brand new again! You have to click the link below and check out the job she did on that!
I was barring the door when she first showed up with it,. It was so disgusting I didn’t want it in the house!
But she did an amazing job with it,you have to see it!
Find out How To Clean Your Couch So It Looks New Again <—-click here
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