How to Remove Moisture Stains in Wood Veneer

Written by andrea griffith | 13/05/2017

Water stains can completely ruin the look of wood veneer. This material can be very expensive, and it is also expensive to have a professional come and fix it for you. Instead of hiding the problem, try fixing it with materials you probably already have around the house.

Combine 1 tbsp toothpaste with 1 tbsp baking soda to form a thick, gritty paste.

Put the paste onto a clean cloth. Apply the mixture to the moisture stains on the veneer.

Work the cloth in a circular motion over the stain for 10 minutes to buff it out. Wipe the excess paste away with a clean paper towel.

Apply a wood polish directly to the affected area. Buff the polish in with another clean cloth. The stain will be gone.

Things you need

  • White toothpaste (non-gel)
  • Baking soda
  • Clean cloth
  • Paper towel
  • Wood polish

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