Did you have to cover all your wood tables
with tablecloths this Holiday season, due to stains you didn't have any clues on how to remove? White heat stains, steam marks and water rings can make wood downright sad and want to hide from prying eyes.
You can use an iron to remove white heat stains from your wood tables
. By placing a towel over the offending white mark, placing your iron that is set to "steam" on the towel, and removing the iron after nearly one minute, the stain should be gone. Wipe up any moisture left by the iron
, and you should have a stain free table that should show no damage from the steam iron.
If you don't have an iron, you can try toothpaste, baking soda, olive oil, salt, vinegar and these other stain removal methods
. I don't know about you, but I'll stick with the iron. I know that all the methods mentioned do work, but I like to do things in a hurry, and a steam iron is the fastest method for me. How do you remove stains from your wood furniture