Cat has sat on a wooden table and I can't remove paw prints.

I have tried Murphy's oil soap and it doesn't work.

  5 answers
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Oct 12, 2017

    Fill a bowl or small bucket with warm water and add a few drops of a mild liquid detergent. Dip a clean cloth into the solution and wipe the entire surface of the table, to clear off any dust or other debris. Dry the table with a clean cloth.Pour a bit of mineral spirits onto a clean, lint-free cloth. Wipe the entire table down with the mineral spirits. Do not be alarmed if your table's finish starts to turn a bit dull, this is what you want to see. Add more mineral spirits to the cloth, if you notice that the table stays shiny after wiping it.Pour some furniture polish on another clean, lint-free cloth. Wipe the surface of the table with the cloth until the finish looks shiny again. Flip the cloth over, and buff the table to an even shine, to remove any excess polish.

  • Devra Devra on Oct 13, 2017
    Can you think of it as an artist signature??

  • ROSE ROSE on Oct 14, 2017
    Try a little bit if tooth paste, And warm water. Put some tooth paste on a wet wash cloth, Rub the spot a little bit, Than wipe clean, I would let the paw prints there, Than you can always think of your cat.

  • Jean SF Jean SF on Oct 14, 2017
    As someone suggested early. If you can't remove get artsy.. paint in the paws and use a clear coat sealer to seal it in.. make it part of the table.. and add a picture of the cat and add pictures of the family then seal it in.. just an idea..

  • Maureen Maureen on Oct 22, 2019

    My thoughts on the cat paw dilemma ? uuugh, I thinks its because of the paws hang onto some bit of the chemical in the kitty litter. So with that gross bit of info I for sure want it off MY table...So I think its the mineral oil treatment. I myself have tried many things and I'm down to either that or putting something on the piece I have that will spook the cat!