Posted by Russ Jackman (18.104.22.168) on November 24, 2003 at 21:30:04:
In Reply to: Re: Brand New Oak Table posted by Marilyn on November 21, 2003 at 16:37:28:
Actually, a lot of furniture today is not finished with poly, since polyurethane takes so long to dry and slows down the manufacturing process.
I agree to see if the store can help. If not, then Wood Elixir can remove the white water ring (as long as the water mark is white, and not darker than the wood).
: : I have had my kitchen table for exactly 1 week and I left a glass with ice water on it overnight by mistake. The condensation has left a white ring in the oak planked table top. What can I do? Someone recommended non-gel toothpaste or super-fine steel wool.
: Go to the place where you bought it since it is so new. Usually they have fixit guys who know what was used on the table. I am suprised that it made a ring. Most furniture today is finished with a polyurathane (plastic) and it is water proof.
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