Follow the next easy tips to remove white marks, scratches, cigarette burns, and other stains from wood furniture.
To remove water marks and rings from wood furniture: Cover the affected area with a heat resistant cloth and press it with a warm iron several times.
To remove white marks from wood furniture: Rub the affected area with a soft cloth dipped in a mixture of cigarette ashes, lemon juice, or salad oil.
To make a homemade wood scratch concealer: Use iodine and apply as many coats as necessary to match the color of the wood. Rub the iodine into the scratched surface and allow it to dry fully.
To make a homemade wood scratch concealer for lighter colored wood: Rub the scratch with the meat from a walnut or Brazil nut. First cut the nut to release the oils for the nut before applying it to the scratch.
To remove cigarette burns from wood furniture: With a cotton swab dip it into paint remover and rub the burn until it disappears. Use clear fingernail polish to fill in the depressed area of the wood. Allow each coat to fully dry before applying another layer. Repeat this process until the level has been built-up to match the level of the surrounding wood.
To remove alcohol marks on wood furniture: Make a paste from baking soda mixed with cigarette ashes and mineral oil or lemon oil. Rub the mark in the direction of the grain until it disappears. Wipe the area with linseed oil to finish.
For a wood concealer: Use a crayon to conceal a scratch by choosing a color that closely matches the color of the wood.
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