My wife has managed to put a white stain on a genuine mahogany table
top I built a few years ago. The table holds a "Wardian Case", so the
water spill wasn't that out of the question. The table is finished
with Waterlox Original.
I've heard that water stains can be rubbed out using additional
Waterlox. Has anyone successfully done this?
The table top is natural mahogany, so if I have to take it down to the
wood, so be it.
Barry, your "Waterlox repair" posting says "Note: The author of this
message requested that it not be archived. This message will be removed
from Groups in 6 days (Jan 5, 3:45 pm)." Why do you do that? I think
your question is a good one and should indeed be archived.
No, but it's worth a shot.
Come to think of it, if the oils from mayo will fix it, I'll bet the
oils from more Waterlox would do the same. Since I know exactly what
I'm dealing with, I'll try both.
To the shop, Robin! <G>
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