How to Use White Toothpaste to Remove Water Stains From Wood

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Using white toothpaste is a great way to remove water stains from wood and other types of surfaces. Use white toothpaste to remove water stains from wood with help from a Foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip.

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Hello, everyone! I'm Joshua Clement with Lighty Contractors, and today I'm gonna show you how to remove water stains in your wood with white toothpaste. For this, we're gonna be using a tube of white toothpaste and just a damp rag. To show you, we have this old chair here. As you can see here, we have quite a bit of water marks on there, so you wanna take your toothpaste and just put it on the effected area. After you get a little bit on there, you kinda rub it in so that way it's not on there real thick, you want it a little thin. Okay, you wanna make sure you don't scrub this in because it might actually remove the finish from your wood. So you only wanna let it sit for about 30 seconds to a minute, and after that time, you just go and gently rub it away. Again, you wanna make sure you don't press too hard on it 'cause it can remove the finish from your wood. A light scrub should take it off and there ya go! That's how you can remove water stains in your wood with just white toothpaste. I'm Joshua Clement with Lighty Contractors. Good luck with your project, and thanks for watching!

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