How to Remove Water Stains From a Coffee Table
Water stains can be unsightly, discoloring your coffee table and making it look dull and ugly. Don’t worry, though: with the proper know-how and the right materials, you can easily remove water stains from your coffee table and make it look as good as new.
What You’ll Need:
- Clean cloths
- White distilled vinegar
- Cotton balls
- Steel wool #000
- Wood filler
- Rubbing alcohol
- Start by taking a dry clean cloth and gently rubbing the stained area.
- If the stain is still apparent, try using a mixture of white distilled vinegar and warm water. Follow with a dry cloth to remove the residue and check to see if the stain has been removed.
- If the stain still remains, use a Q-tip or cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol to remove it.
- For deeper stains, try using steel wool #000. Rub the water spot with the steel wool in a circular motion until the stain is gone. This method may remove the finish as well, so use as a last resort.
- If the stain has been treated with steel wool, you can use wood filler to reapply the finish to the spot. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on how to apply it.
By following the steps above, you can easily and effectively remove water stains off your coffee table. With the right materials and a bit of time, you can make your coffee table look just as good as new.