How to remove spots on wood with toothpaste

Find & Fix it Friday:

This is a find and fix it that you will definitely want to file away for when those accidents happen to your gorgeous wood furniture pieces. Ever left a nice fatty ring from your cup of coffee on your gorgeous wooden coffee table? Or had the steam from your boiling tea kettle blast up onto a nearby wooden cabinet? Or better yet had your coffee pot overflow with a leak and drip down your front cabinet? YEP. All that has happened to me before. But thank goodness for this trick!!

Meet the issue:

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Now grab your white toothpaste (with no gel, just plain old cheap white toothpaste) and begin to rub the paste onto the problem spot…

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You are basically really really finely sanding off the blemish, removing that top layer of issues

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Now to give it a shiny new coat with our homemade spoon butter to fill in the “gaps” and keep your wood healthy

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And voila!

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xo

Sam & Chanda

Photos Credit to: Jessica Helton

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