Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste. To remove water rings from wooden
furniture, rub the affected area with Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste and
buff clean with a soft cloth.
Conair Pro Styler 1600. After wiping up a water ring and allowing it
to dry, if the ring persists, set a Conair Pro Styler 1600 hair dryer on low
heat, direct the nozzle at the ring, and move back and forth over it about
six inches above the spot, allowing the wood to get warm but not hot.
Johnsonís Baby Oil. Gently rubbing Johnsonís Baby Oil into the wood
may remove stubborn spots and white rings from furniture.
Land 0 Lakes Butter. Mix two tablespoons Land 0 Lakes Butter with
ashes from the fireplace and, using a soft cloth, rub the paste into the
whitened water ring in a circular motion until the discoloration vanishes.
Miracle Whip. Spread Miracle Whip on the white ring, wait one hour,
wipe off, and polish the furniture.
Star Olive Oil. Warm one teaspoon Star Olive Oil in a micro wave
oven, let cool, and rub it over the water ring. Buff with a soft, clean
cloth, and then wipe clean.
Turtle Wax. Apply a dab of Turtle Wax to a discolored water ring with
your finger and buff clean.
Vaseline Petroleum Jelly. Cover the water ring with a thick coat of
Vaseline Petroleum Jelly and let sit for twenty-four hours. With a clean,
soft cloth, rub the petroleum jelly into the wood, wipe away the excess, and
polish the furniture as usual.
Wesson Corn Oil. Saturate a small section of a soft, clean cloth with
Wesson Corn Oil and rub the corn oil into the water ring with the grain
until the spot disappears. Wipe clean and buff.