Yellow stain from rubber footpad on white furniture. Help!

Any ideas on how to get this stain out? The rubber foot pads from a camera in our nursery left these yellow stains on the brand new grey white nightstan. Iv tried pledge, dish soap and scouring pad, magic erase etc without luck. On the manufacturers site it says it's made of kiln dried hardwood and fine veneer. See the pic below. Any help is appreciated!
q yellow stain from rubber footpad on white furniture help
  11 answers
  • William William on Sep 22, 2017
    Try Goo Gone or WD40.
    • Gon10840681 Gon10840681 on Sep 23, 2017
      Goo Gone is good. I've seen custodian use on school desks. I remember the custodians using Windex .
  • Maggie Maggie on Sep 23, 2017
    You might try toothpaste with a whitener.
  • Ebbjdl Ebbjdl on Sep 23, 2017
    Goo Gone. Good Luck!
  • Ellis Ellis on Sep 23, 2017
    Mayonnaise works on white rings on wood finishes, maybe on this too?
  • Jaecel Shah Jaecel Shah on Sep 23, 2017
    Thanks for the tips. I should have mentioned that the yellow stains don't feel sticky or like a residue. They are smooth.
  • Istella Van Rhyn Istella Van Rhyn on Sep 23, 2017
    Try bakingsoda paste Bakingsoda and water to form a paste put on and leave a while,wipe of with wet cloth.Might help
  • Jaecel Shah Jaecel Shah on Sep 23, 2017
    So far no luck with toothpaste or mineral spirits. About to head to the store and pick up some of y'alls suggestions. Will keep y'all updated
  • Suellen Hintz Suellen Hintz on Sep 23, 2017
    Try a bleach pen normally used for laundry, or just apply bleach on a Qtip. Make sure the cotton tip is not saturated by squeezing it in a paper towel and lightly brush over the stain. If it works but you're left with a new problem, suggest visiting a countertop business and get them to make a top for your nightstand out of a remnant.
  • Margaret Margaret on Sep 24, 2017
    Have you contacted the manufacturer? If it is rust, look up rust removers for wood furniture but best to see manufacturer's recommendations.
  • 9530106 9530106 on Sep 24, 2017
    It is caused from a chemical reaction of the rubber and the finish of the dresser. Much like a rubber floor mat or rug backing will do to a linoleum floor. Sadly, there really is usually no way to remove it, as it is a reaction, and not a surface stain. But, keep trying. :)
  • Kim Scott Canaday Kim Scott Canaday on Sep 25, 2017
    Maybe try some "Bar keepers friend" and a light scrub - its a cleanser removes rust and all kinds of stuff.

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