I have a teak desk that I bought at a Scandanavian store many years
ago. In my previous office, I had the right side against the wall and
I needed to secure a few wires so I attached a couple of those wire
guides with the double-stick tape on the back to the top corner of the
desk. Probably not the smartest thing to do, but I was in a hurry.
I recently moved my office and now the left side is against the wall.
I was able to get most of the double-stick tape off except for a
little residue. so, again in a hurry, I used some Goof-Off or
something similar. Unfortunately, it softened the finish, too. When I
wiped it off, it left the finish cloudy and slightly tacky.
Is there any simple way to fix that one spot (about 2" x 3") or so
without refinishing the entire top?
I don't know if the finish is polyurethane, lacquer, or what. I'm
guessing it's not polyurethane as Goof-Off probably wouldn't touch