Bose sub-woofer tarry gunk removal from white ash -HELP
DH had not moved the Bose sub-woofer in years and today discovered that its four corner pads bonded to the white ash. I was able to remove 99% with pure lemon oil and much laborious rubbing. The 1% seems ingrained. The finish is lacquer on the TV base cabinet. He used lacquer thinner to clean the woofer bottom after I used a putty knife to get off the thickest glop.
I plan to place four fabric-like pads under the sub-woofer. It will be in an adjacent location to the left of his new flat screen TV. Is this the best solution?
Has anyone else had this problem? Your solution?
When I was looking at a Bose radio, I thought there were silicone 'buttons' underneath. Thanks.