How to repair wood table with nail polish remover stain

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I have a brand new wood table and acetone was spilled and ruined about a 3inch section
q how to repair wood table with nail polish remover stain
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  • Tinyshoes Tinyshoes on Apr 06, 2018
    Maybe try the pens that are like magic markers but wood colors. They have them at Lowe's or Home Depot, even Walmart I believe.

  • Lina Splichal Lina Splichal on Apr 06, 2018
    Use a wood repair crayon.

  • DD DD on Apr 06, 2018
    short of sanding the entire top and starting from scratch you could try
    this it won't be perfect but should help
    Get a small can of stain that is as close as possible to the existing finish and dab with a small artist brush on the affected area. Won't be perfect

  • Sassy Sassy on Apr 06, 2018
    I would lightly sand the area, focusing on the ridges that define the damaged area. The idea is to remove the obvious edge so you can re-stain (use a Q-Tip for great control) and seal the damaged area...feather the seal into the undamaged part of your table. You don't want to end up with any ridges so make sure it feels smooth to the touch after the sanding.

  • Sharon Sharon on Apr 06, 2018
    Are you still seeing light and dark areas - that means the acetone has not thoroughly dried. Are you seeing some blurred areas? I'm an artist and when I came across something like this I would buff it out with a Drexel not sand it. I also made my own stain but lighter than the wood and slowly build it up using fine tip art brushes. Good luck. Just take your time. If you get frustrated then walk away for a while.