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Stain on Furniture

Posted by kmd367 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 3, 12 at 20:46

I was once told that rubbing shellac on a stain on a table will cover the stain. I tried it but the shellac formed a smudge on the table that is worse than the stain. Can I remove the shellac with something? Thanks


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RE: Stain on Furniture

Alcohol. Denatured is best, isopropyl works.


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RE: Stain on Furniture

"isopropyl works."

Most isopropyl has at least 10% water (30% is even more common).
Use denatured alcohol.


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