Oil Marks on Wood Table
I know this is a stupid question and I'm not sure if this is the right forum but here goes...My sister was visiting recently and pushed a box across the top of my new coffee table, leaving several scratches. I had read recently that you could use the meat of a walnut to hide minor scratches, so rather than leaving well enough alone, I decided to try it. Now the table is showing darker "oil marks" everywhere I rubbed the walnut. Before I do any further damage, does anyone know if these marks can be removed? I have no idea what the finish on the table is, although it doesn't appear to be poly. It is the Tango table from Ethan Allen if anyone is familiar.
Thanks for any suggestions you can offer.