I can’t tell you how many drinks have left marks on our furniture. Refinishing wood furniture isn’t an option every time a little ring develops.
This is a furniture-saving, thrifty tip to remove water rings. Use a hair dryer or iron to apply heat to the ring to help the trapped water evaporate.
I assume this is only applicable to fresh rings. Do you have a tried and true method for treating old water rings…other than covering them with a magazine?
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