Inside: Heat stains on wood furniture? Check out an easy way on how to remove heat stains from wood. This simple tip gets rid of heat stains and water stains on wood.
A couple of years ago I set down a hot dish on our dining room table. Even though I used a hot pad the dish was hot enough it caused some terrible heat stains in the wood.
It looked just awful but there was nothing that I could do to fix it.
Over the last couple of years, I have tried multiple different tricks without any luck. I tried the toothpaste trick, the mayonnaise trick, and the iron trick.
I finally just gave up on being able to fix the heat stain and instead used a table runner to cover the heat stain. Recently, I finally found the right way to remove heat stains from wood. I was so thrilled with the difference that it made. I couldn’t wait to share this easy way to remove the heat stains. If you have damaged wood furniture check out how to remove heat stains from wood.
I was blown away by how well it worked. You can see below what my table started out like.
I recommend carefully removing the cloth from the packaging. It comes in a resealable bag so you can use it over and over again. It smelled pretty funny and had a sticky feeling to the cloth.
You will want to start by gently rubbing the cloth over the area of your wood furniture that has the heat stains. Start by rubbing for a minute in a circular pattern over the stain. Then, if after a minute the heat stain doesn’t disappear slowly add a little more pressure and continue rubbing until the stain disappears.
After that, the heat stain will slowly start to disappear over a minute or two. My stain fully disappeared after about 2 minutes of rubbing it. I am amazed at the difference that it made. Check out the stain after using the watermark remover cloth.
Finally, the difference in the stain is amazing! I am happy I no longer need to use a table runner to hide my heat stains. If you are dealing with heat stains on wood furniture I highly recommend this easy tip to remove heat stains from wood. It’s easy and cheap. Plus you can use the cloth again and again. If you have watermark stains it says it works for that too, although I don’t have any water stains right now so I can’t confirm it.
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