How to Remove Grease stains from wood





Have you ever gone through that unfortunate day, when you accidentally knock over the butter dish and it gets spilled all over your mahogany wooden dining table, leaving behind stubborn grease stains for you to fight with? The day turns out to be exceedingly infuriating and you romp about extremely frustrated.

Obviously you wouldn’t want an accidental slip on your part to ruin your precious wooden table. No one would be able to digest this fact calmly without any bitter regrets. Yet since we care for you, we don’t want you to nurse any regrets and stay away from sumptuous greasy dishes, therefore hereby we are providing you with some really handy tips which would go a long way in removing these grease stains from wood. Embark upon the methods given below and hopefully you will get rid of these aggravating grease stains, as if they never existed in the first place.


Method One (Using Iron)

At times, grease stains can be very stubborn and refuse to get out of your wooden surface. However our hot treatment will prompt and persuade these stains to come off the surface and enable you to get rid of them once and for all.

Things that you will require:

· Iron
· Clean and preferably soft cloth

Steps that you need to take:


1.    Primarily, you need to take an iron and adjust it to a low heat setting. Make sure that the temperature of the iron is ranging from low to medium without any steam.

2.   Next, place the clean soft cloth over the grease stained area.

3.   Start, ironing this cloth so that heat from the iron melts the grease on the wood.

4.   The grease will melt and will gradually come off the table and consequently get absorbed in the cloth.

5.   Continue this process until the grease stain disappears completely. However, make sure that every time you repeat the process you make use of a clean side of the cloth otherwise it is very probable that the absorbed grease would again transfer back to the wooden cloth.
                    
Method Two (Using Vinegar and Dish washing Liquid)

Vinegar is an acknowledged, renowned and effective cleaning agent; whilst dish washing liquid has the tendency of cutting back grease. Due to these very reasons, the following method deploys making use of both these ingredients to get rid of grease stains.


Things that you will require:

· Clean cloth
· White vinegar
· Dish washing liquid
· Warm water
· Sponge

Steps that you need to take:

1.   First of all, you need to blot up all the excess grease from the stain using a clean cloth or rag. Having done that, it’s time you start treating the stain with the help of a cleaning solution.

2.   To make this solution, mix equal parts of warm water with white vinegar.

3.   Soak a sponge in this cleaning solution and use it to wipe the grease stained area. Make sure that you move the sponge in a circular motion so that it doesn’t spread any further.

4.   Continue repeating this process until the stain starts disappearing or fading.

5.   Afterwards, take a spray bottle and pour 1 teaspoon of dish washing liquid with warm water in it. Shake the spray bottle so that this cleaning solution gets mixed properly.

6.   Next, spray it on the stained area and allow it to set there for 5 to 10 minutes.

7.   Later, wipe it using a sponge and again rub the sponge in a circular motion.

8.   Once the grease stain has gone satisfactorily, wipe the wooden surface with a clean cloth soaked in clean water, making sure that all traces of stain along with the cleaning agents’ remnants are removed.

9.      Eventually, wipe the wooden surface dry.

 Warning:

While moving the sponge in a circular motion, make sure that you do not apply too much pressure; otherwise it is quite probable that you end up damaging the surface.

1 comments:

Nathan Bradley said...

I have learned alot from your blog. Obviously you wouldn’t want an accidental slip on your part to ruin your precious wooden table. No one would be able to digest this fact calmly without any bitter regrets. So here we are to providing you the best professional cleaning services.

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