Here is a round up of tips about how to remove water stains on wood floors and furniture, since these spots and rings can otherwise mar the look of the wood.
Stains are a fact of life, but fortunately other people have been in your shoes before, and had these disasters where water spills or drips onto wood furniture or floors.
This is your chance to share your success stories for removing these stains, or if you need help of your own, get some ideas for how to clean up your stain.
Here are the tips submitted so far:
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Use Mineral Oil
It has happened to everyone, perhaps while washing the dishes you splashed a little water onto the wood floor, or dribbled a little water out of your glass when walking across the room.
No matter how it happens though when water gets on wood floors, and sits without getting wiped up right away, it can create water stains.
Have you successfully removed those stains caused by water from your floor?
If so, we want to hear from you.
Please submit your tips below so we can all learn how you did it, and fix our own water stains on our floors.
You can submit a wood stain remover review here or a water spot remover review hereif a commercial product has worked well (or not so well) for you in removing these stains.
In addition, other types of stains besides water are common on wood floors. You can submit a tip for removing other types of stains on wood floors here.
When water drips or spills on your wood floors, making a stain, how do you successfully remove those water stains from your wood floors?
Feel free to explain your water stain removal method, and any supplies or stain removers that work for you.
In addition, please tell us what hasn't worked for you, so we can all avoid pitfalls in the stain removal process.
Click the links below to see water stain removal tips for wood floors already submitted by others.
Feel free to comment on any of these submissions, to tell us whether you had a similar experience or not.
Removing Water Stains From Wood Using Mineral Oil
Janet has shared her tips for removing water stains, spots and rings from wood. Janet says: Have you ever dribbled water on some of your wooden furniture …
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