Reclaimed wood round dining table – Wooden tables are durable and elegant for everyday use. You can polish your wood and oil it regularly, but it is still subject to everyday wear and tear. Your wood table will likely sustain water damage from a leak, rain or a water leak in the house. If the damage is not too severe, it may be possible to repair it.
Place a soft, clean cloth over the water stain. Iron over the cloth for about 3 to 5 seconds and then lift the cloth. Repeat until stain is gone. Allow the water to wipe from your reclaimed wood round dining table by placing it in an area that receives stable, warm air. Repair the damage by taking a clean cloth dampened with a solution of equal amounts of toothpaste and baking soda water. Rub the area with the solution. Use a clean cloth to polish away the solution.
Remove black spots on your reclaimed wood round dining table by stripping the finish and bleach the wood. Black spots are caused when water has penetrated deep into the wood causing mildew. Bleach kills mildew. After the bleach dries completely recyclable wood finish. Remove white spots from your wood table by rubbing a cloth with camphor in the direction of the wood grain. Rub the butter over the damaged area. The butter will restore moisture in your tree.