SHE was terrified that she’d ruined her boyfriend’s dad’s wooden table after placing a hot cup of tea on the surface. But jus
SHE was terrified that she’d ruined her boyfriend’s dad’s wooden table after placing a hot cup of tea on the surface.
But just days before she had to give the loaned table back to her future father-in-law, Sarah Bol decided to try out a trick to remove the water mark.
She placed a tea towel over the stain and used an iron on a low heat, which she kept moving over the top[/caption]
When she removed the tea towel, the stain was gone[/caption]
“I put a hot cup of tea on my boyfriend’s dad’s table and it left a white mark – I thought it was ruined,” she began a video on her TikTok page.
“But I tried this trick I learned on the Internet.
“Cover the mark with a tea towel.
“Take a low iron and rub it over the stain.
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“Keep it moving – it’s terrifying!”
Check after about 10 or 15 seconds, and “when you pull it back, the stain will be gone”.
“He’s never going to find out,” she concluded.
The comments section was quickly filled with people offering their own suggestions of how to remove such a stain, with one writing: “The stain on a table like this will disappear on its own in no time.”
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“It had been there for six months! We need to give it back next week so I wasn’t going to hold my breath,” Sarah replied.
“Mayonnaise also works leave it on stain for 10 mins,” another added.
As a third commented: “Rubbing wood ash into it will work great as well!! Tip from my grandma.”
“This is rly good,” another said.
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“I also heard rubbing walnuts do too. Can u try??”
“I tried baking soda and toothpaste first! Didnt work,” Sarah answered.