A pool table is a kind of table that is used to play a game having balls & many sockets in which the balls are deposited by the players. This table is a good piece of the product to have at your place for entertainment purpose and it will last for a longer period of time if you maintain & take good care of it. In order to maintain its beauty & shine, you need to clean it regularly. The most common problem that can occur to your pool table is that it will get affected by different kinds of stains like drinks, coffee, and snacks as most of the people enjoy pool table games while drinking & snacking at the same time. A drink stain can affect the rails of the pool table on the felt causing a spot that will make the pool table look ugly and unpleasing. So as soon as you find some kind of stain on your table, try to solve this issue as quickly as possible. In order to clean your pool table, you will need a gentle cleaning method like vinegar & water so that felt will not get damaged at all.
Step By Step Process To Remove Stains From Pool Table
If you find any stain spots on your table, then remove it as quickly as possible, because acting on the stains quickly will give you better results of stain removal. Go through the easy steps mentioned below to remove the stains from your pool table:
- First of all, with the help of lint-free white cloth, smudge the revealed substance promptly. Continue the process of smudging with the fresh area cloth or use another cloth if in case the earlier one is saturated, until you feel that you have removed as much stain as possible. If in case the stain or spill is actually a food-based item like salsa, then use paper towel Or lint-free cloth in order to grab the food particles. Then wipe or smudge as much of the substance as possible, starting from the outside towards the center. If the stained area is already dry, then you can skip this step.
- Using cool water, you need to cleanse a lint-free white cloth, then squeeze the majority of the water out. The stained area needs to be sprinkled using wet cloth but make sure not to rub the stain as this can cause damage to the felt. Cleanse the cloth again.
- Next, pour a cup of cool water in a container and then put on one or two full cups of white vinegar. Using a lint-free cloth, white vinegar & cool water mixture needs to be swished & then squeeze out the additional liquid. Continuously blot the area that has been stained with the vinegar solution.
- Finally, wash out the cloth & then again put it in the vinegar solution & squeeze the area affected again and again unless & until all the stain disappears from the pool table. Then make the felt of the pool table to dry completely and if still some of the stains are visible then again smudge with vinegar & water mixture & then again make it wholly dry.