Baking Soda. Get those white marks—caused by hot cups or sweating glasses—off your coffee …
How to Remove Water Stains from Wood Furniture. Depending on the size of the stain, 1/4 or 1/2 teaspoon of each should do the trick. Apply a little more pressure than you did in Step 2. If the stain is gone, go to Step 6; otherwise, proceed with Steps 4 and 5 for stubborn water marks.
How To: Remove Water Stains from Wood. If the stain has been there for only a few days, try this: Empty your clothes iron of all the water inside, then bring it into the room with the affected piece of furniture. Plug in the iron, then lay a cotton napkin, towel, or T-shirt over the stain…
Lemon Juice/Vinegar and Salt. Lemon juice and vinegar are mild acids that help to dissolve mineral solids. Simply mix the lemon juice or vinegar with salt to form a paste. Rub over the white mark using a circular motion until the stain is gone. Use a damp rag to clean up any left over residue.
Steps to Remove the Water Stain: Set the iron to warm (not hot) and allow it to heat. Lay the cloth napkin or tee shirt over the water stain. Iron the stain through the cloth for 5-10 seconds, then remove the heat for 20-30 seconds. Repeat as necessary, buffing lightly with the cloth after every 2-3 heat cycles.
One Weird Old Trick To Remove White Water Stains From Wood. Oh man. Mix butter and cigar or cigarette ashes together to make a paste. Apply in a circular motion to stains with a soft cloth, and then wipe clean with the non-greasy part of the cloth. Voila! No more white water stains. (I’ve also seen similar instructions to mix ashes with water,