Hi I have a nice bloomingdales dark wood dining room table that is 20
yrs old and was given a lacquer coat a few yrs ago...since then, the
table has been very sensitive and recently a hot cardboard pizza box
placed on it left a large WHITE SPOT on the table that has not gone
away...I am curious what I can do specifically to resolve this
issue....any tips would be appreciated !
: Hi I have a nice bloomingdales dark wood dining room table that is 20
: yrs old and was given a lacquer coat a few yrs ago...since then, the
: table has been very sensitive and recently a hot cardboard pizza box
: placed on it left a large WHITE SPOT on the table that has not gone
: away...I am curious what I can do specifically to resolve this
: issue....any tips would be appreciated !
Try my web site - Hints & Tips - Removing White Rings From Polished
Jeff Gorman, West Yorkshire, UK
Email: username is amgron
On 21 Sep 2004 18:51:03 -0700, jasper firstname.lastname@example.org (Jasper) wrote:
If have a Behlens' or Mohawk finishing products dealer nearby, they
sell "ring removal kits". These are designed for furniture repair
folks and include products to draw out the white (moisture) and
correct any damage to the surface lacquer. These kits aren't exactly
plug and play, buy they do take most of the experimentation out of the
If the damage is very deep, the entire table top may need to be
Hey thanks guys!
I have been trying to remember to give the mayonaisse a try on similar white
stain on my dark oak desk top. I just ran upstairs, grabbed the bottle of
Miracle Whip dressing and rubbed the stain away in about 10 seconds, with
bare fingertips (wiped residue away before the dog did - he is watching).
It is gone. The true test will be in seeing if it stays gone.
My dad recently called me to inquire about the best way to remove a
water ring from a piece of fine furniture. I suggested dampening (NOT
soaking) a rag with denatured alcohol and wiping the ring lightly
(circular motion) a number of times. The correct amount of alcohol is
that which leaves a slight trail as you move the cloth over the marred
area. He reported back that the ring disappeared...
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