How to remove water stains from wood and walls

You’ll need to know how to remove water stains from wood and walls without damaging them if, for example, a cold glass has left a ring on your dining table or you have splashes on the wall.

While it may seem counterintuitive that water can leave stains, it is not always pure and the impurities it contains can cause stains. Also, you’ll find that some materials or fibers just don’t respond well to moisture. Essentially, water spots are faint white marks of mineral deposits formed where water evaporates. White water stains often appear when moisture becomes trapped in the wood finish. Water stains not only look unsightly, they can also be difficult to remove without ruining surfaces.

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