How to get circular water stains off of a dark wood coffee table.

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Have tried furniture polish and mayonnaise.....didn't help.

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  • Susan Engelbrecht Susan Engelbrecht on Sep 19, 2017
    Try s soft toothbrush and a bit of toothpaste. Wet your brush then gently rub the paste on the spot. You should see it disappear as you go. Try it on a tiny piece of the stain first to make sure it is working. Toothpaste id very abrasive, so be gentle
  • JEWEL C JEWEL C on Sep 19, 2017
    A broken piece of walnut rubs out the water stain.
  • Ro Ro on Sep 19, 2017
    guardsman water mark remover - bed bath and beyond or jet.com
  • Ro Ro on Sep 19, 2017
    1. patience
    2. try using a wet sponge and putty knife, wet the paper, find a seam and pull off as much as you can

  • William William on Sep 19, 2017
    I agree with Susan, but use a damp cloth instead of a toothbrush. Rub gently in a circular motion.
  • Jean Jean on Sep 19, 2017
    Assuming this is a varnish finish, since it left a ring? You can make a homemade one tablespoon vinegar with two tablespoons olive oil. Mixwell dab on the spot with a soft cloth, then gently massage the oil into and around the ring. You can also use this to clean and polish the furniture. You may need to take a another dry cloth to dry or buff.
    Another option is New Life wood products from San Antonio. They can usually be found online or in an antique store. Used for 20 years fantastic product
  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on May 09, 2021

    Hi there, Restore-A-Finish works really well. Just wipe on with a soft cloth in direction of wood grain and wipe off with a 2nd dry cloth. It comes in colors to match most woods and costs around $9.00.

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