How To Remove Heat Stains from a Wooden Table

How To Remove Heat Stains from a Wooden Table

How To Remove Heat Stains from a Wooden Table

How to remove heat stains from a wooden table can be easy with these simple steps. After all the holiday dinners and parties we had this year we only had one slip up. One of the kids took a HOT plate to our coffee table and it left heat marks on it! I just covered it up with a table runner till everything was over to figure out how to fix it! Turns out it was easier than I thought! No matter how old your wooden table is, I can help you fix that heat stain from a wooden table disappear and heat marks can be the thing of the past!

How to remove heat stains from a wooden table from a wooden table, here is what you will need:

  • Wooden Table
  • Iron that has the option with Steam
  • cotton cloth

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Heat Marks are created when you lay a hot bowl, plate or mug on anything wooden without a protective cloth or coaster! No matter how long its been then we can help you! There are just a few steps to remove them with ease.

  1. You want to do is to make sure your surface is clean and dry!
  2. cover the heat stain with a cotton cloth. I have these great bar cloths I use to dry my dishes. Thats perfect.
  3. Grab your iron, fill it with distilled water and turn it on to low to medium heat. Just use go over the stain once with the steam then check it. If it’s still there then do it once more, or again if need be!
  4. Once the Heat stain is gone then dry completely! I like to finish off then with some Olive oil. Just a few drops over the Heat mark to restore the natural shine!
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So now you won’t have to panic when guest or your kids forget and leave heat marks and stains! Just remember these easy simple tips and you won’t have to cover up your beautiful table!
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Do you have any heat stains like this? Try this and let us know how it turns out! Share your pics with us!
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Mat

I'm a cleaning, stain fighting, hands on dad who likes to work out, cook, and fix my truck.

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