Someone in your home grabbed a glass of water and forgot to use a coaster? No worries. Grab any of these household products and buff out those water rings, easy.
#1. Fight Water Stains With Baking Soda
Remove those white marks that were caused by sweating glasses or hot cups off your coffee table or other wooden furniture by making a paste of one teaspoon water, combined with one tablespoon baking soda. Then, gently rub the spot in a circular motion until it disappears. Do not use too much water to remove water stains from any wooden surface.
#2. Petroleum Jelly
To make watermark rings on wood furniture disappear, apply petroleum jelly, and let it sit overnight. In the morning, wipe the water stains away with the jelly.
You leave coasters around; however, most people don’t want to use them, or even worse — they forget that coasters even exist. To get rid of those telltale watermark rings left by sweating beverages, apply a non-gel toothpaste on a soft cloth and then gently rub over the surface to remove water stains from the wood. After this, wipe it off with a damp cloth and then let it dry before applying furniture polish. If you want to step up your cleaning game, mix equal parts baking soda and white toothpaste. Rub the paste parallel to the wood grain, then wipe it off and polish it using lemon oil.
Make watermarks left from bottles or glasses disappear when you mix one teaspoon salt with some drops of water. This way, you form a paste. Then, gently rub the paste onto the ring with a sponge or a soft cloth and work it over the spot until it’s gone. Then, you can use furniture polish to restore the luster of the surface.
#5. Car Wax
Someone forgot to use a coaster, and now there is an ugly white stain from the water on the dining room table. If regular furniture polish doesn’t do the trick, try with a dab of car wax to remove water stains from wood. Trace the ring with the tip of your finger to apply the wax and then let it dry and then buff with a soft cloth.
#6. Vinegar & Olive Oil
To get rid of the white rings that are left by wet glasses on a wood fixture, try mixing equal parts of vinegar and olive oil and apply it with a soft cloth while moving with the wood grain. Then, use another soft and clean cloth to shine it up.