You might notice some unsightly white rings on your beautiful wood furniture. Well, those stains come from placing a wet glass without coasters on the table. Of course, as almost any stain, it is better to act immediately on it. However, it is easy to don’t pay attention or forget as we are going through the day. Well, in this article, you will learn about 6 natural tips and tricks you can use to remove old water stains from wood. You might need to try several methods from down below but the results will pay off. Keep reading and check them out!

Here you have 6 natural ingredients you can use to remove old water stains from wood:

1. Mayonnaise

For this to work, you will need to apply a thick layer of mayonnaise to the old water stain. Let it sit there overnight and the next morning you can wipe it off with a clean cotton cloth. Watch the water stain disappear.

2. Toothpaste

Toothpaste is another good option to use but make sure you are choosing a white one and not a gel. Simply apply a small amount to the water stain and buff it gently with a wood grain and a soft cotton cloth. Let it act for about 5 minutes and then wipe it off.

3. Baking Soda

Another method you could use is by mixing water with baking soda to get a thick paste. The same as mayonnaise, apply it on the water stain and let it act overnight. The next morning, simply wipe it off with a cotton cloth.

4. Salt and olive oil

Another DIY you could do is mixing olive oil with salt to make a thick paste. Use this paste to gently rub the water stain for a minute or so and then leave it there for 20 minutes. Again, simply remove the paste with a cotton cloth.

5. Steel wool pairs nice with lemon oil

That’s right, another trick is using steel wool saturated with lemon oil. You can use this mixture to buff the water stain out of the wood furniture. As you probably already know, make sure you buff the stain in the direction of the wood grain so the surface won’t have streaks. Also, you should use a big amount of lemon oil so you will avoid making scratches with the steel wool.

6. Try to iron it out

Lastly, this iron method might be even an easier one. Turn on your iron to get it hot. Then, place a thick cotton cloth on the water stain and press it with the iron. You will basically warm up the stain which will fade and disappear.