How To Clean Wood Table Stains: Steps To Remove Stains


Steps To Remove Stains From Wood Table

There are many types of wood tables used in our homes which includes dining table, computer table, study table and many other such tables. The wood table gives an awesome look to homes, offices, and buildings but they can get the stains by water, cold drink, coffee, and other liquid items. But the users don't need to worry here are the easy steps which will help the users to clean the stains for your wood table. Just read and follow these steps carefully to get the best results.
  1. Iron: Remove all water from your iron and set it to normal heat and be sure that your iron is not on steam mode. Now lay a towel, t-shirt, or other cloth on the stain. This will be a barrier between the wood table and the iron. Turn your iron onto the low mode then rub it slowly over the cloth for a short period of time. Then lift the cloth to see if the stain has gone if not then replace the cloth and repeat this process.
  2. Lemon Oil: You can also rub a steel wool pad and lemon oil on the stain. Soak the wool pad in the lemon oil before rubbing the wool over the white ring very gently. Then, rub the wool pad over the stain with a clean cloth dabbed with denatured alcohol.
  3. Toothpaste: Take some toothpaste on your finger or on a clean cloth. Rub the toothpaste with the grain of the wood furniture until it heats then dampen a clean cloth with some water and then wipe the toothpaste away. Dry the water now. Use only a white toothpaste, not gel toothpaste.
  4. Hair Dryer: Take a hairdryer and turn it on high heating mode and hold it close to the stain. The stain now starts disappearing when the dryer dries the moisture. Be sure to move the hairdryer back and forth over the affected area.
  5. Oil-based Products: Rub the stain with an oil-based products. Products with oil, like petroleum jelly, mayonnaise, butter help seep into the wood furniture and will break the moisture. Place the mayonnaise or petroleum jelly on the affected area and leave it for a whole night.
  6. Baking Soda.: This is the fast and simple step, use baking soda and mix with either water or toothpaste to remove the stain from your wood furniture. If you are going to use water then mix two parts of baking soda with one part water. Use a rag to gently scrub the affected area with this mixture.
  7. Alcohol: You can also use isopropyl alcohol for stains of permanent marker. Place a small amount of isopropyl alcohol onto a rag and rub the stain to remove it. Wipe this alcohol with a damp rag.
  8. Pet Stains: If you have the pet stains on your wood furniture then use a 5 % phenol solution which is easily available in the market. Simply use it with a damp, soft cloth.
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