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How do I get water stains out of light wood?

It is new furniture made by Amish woodworker and finished by one of his suppliers (varnished) so I haven't done anything yet.

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Try among these techniques for eliminating. Scrub the area with an oily furniture gloss, mayonnaise, or petroleum oil jelly. Place a little toothpaste on a wet towel and also rub the stain carefully until the area goes away. For future always buy timber furniture because it has the capacity to observe water. Mostly use in Bathroom furniture. More detail Visit bathroom vanities experts in Wolverhampton
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You could try a lite colored Old English Oil. this might put some of its natural colors (like when you got it) back into the piece.

ask the Amish worker if you still have contact. he might even be able to give you pointers on how to prevent in the future.

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