Removing Oil Stain From Wood Tabletop
Hello everyone. I posted this on the furniture forum, but thought I might try here as well. My sister was visiting recently and she put several scratches in my new coffee table by sliding a box across it. I had read somewhere recently that walnut meat could be used to hide minor scratches so, silly me, I decided to try it. Not only did it not cover the scratches, it left an oily residue everywhere I rubbed it. Does anyone know if there is a way to remove the oily streaks, or at least blend them in? I've been thinking of getting some orange oil or similar furniture polish and coating the entire tabletop with it, but I'm hesistant to do anything else without some guidance for fear of making the problem worse. BTW, I don't have any idea what the finish is. The table is Tango by Ethan Allen if anyone is familiar with it.
Any suggestions will be much appreciated.