Teak Deep Stain Removal


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Old 02-19-07, 11:10 PM
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Teak Deep Stain Removal

Have a deep stain left from a potted plant on a teak bookcase. Do I use a sander to remove this stain. If so, an electric sander?
 
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Old 02-20-07, 07:42 AM
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Many water stains can be removed or at least diminished with the application of oxalic acid, commonly known as wood bleach.

It comes as a powder you mix with hot water and brush on. Any action (stain removal) normally occurs within minutes. After action, wipe the surface clean, wipe again with a dmap rag and wipe dry.

If sanding is necessary, use a dust mask. The powder of both the acid and teak is a respiratory irritant, and could be a problem for anyone with any kind of respiratory problems.
 
 

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