So your sitting on your desk, sipping tea minding your business and disaster! You hit your mug of tea and it spills across the entire desk, draining papers, pens, your entire desk. The first thing to do would be to get tissues and wipe your entire desk down, as the mess starts to clear you realise there is a huge tea stain that engulfs your table. Don’t panic you have come to the right place, this guide will give you in-depth remedies on how to remove stains from any furniture stains.
Methods to remove furniture stains
Baking Soda & Water
Baking soda comes useful for a number of remedies, from removing stains on carpets to removing tea stains on your teeth, it works miracles! gently mix a spoon of baking soda with warm water and pour on the area that is stained. Be sure to use a cloth and rub in circular motion until the stain is completely removed.
As tea stains stay on a surface for too long you will realise it will leave a ring around the area. The best way to remove these outer circular stains is to rub Vaseline onto the wood and let it soak in over night. The next morning be sure to get a dry cloth and wipe the Vaseline, this will leave a very shiny stain free desk.
Many times when you are drinking water there maybe marks surrounding the bottom surface area of the cup staining the table. These marks, if left for a long time will stain and become a pain to get rid of, don’t wait for that long and get rid of them from the start. Pour a few warms drops of water with salt and pour it onto the table that has stains, gently rub and watch the watermarks disappear.
Toothpaste works magic on a number of things, from skin remedies to getting remove of furniture stains, yet furniture stains! Those annoying tea stains that have been lurking for months are a thing of the past. Mix it in with a bit of baking soda and warm water and you have the ultimate stain remover.
Vinegar, yes vinegar that we put on chips works magic on stains too! To remove wet glass stains or mug stains poor a bit of vinegar with olive oil and apply on the stained surface with a dry cloth. Be sure to get another cloth and wipe the surface deeper, and apply some more vinegar to make the surface stronger, and voila the stains are gone!