Most wood furniture is long-lasting, durable, and resistant to great wear and tear over the years. However, set a single sweaty, wet cup or bottle on the surface of your favorite wood dining table, or your prominently placed wooden coffee table, and you’ll end up with a round water ring stain that is difficult to get rid of.

But don’t take your furniture to a professional refinishing company or other reparative worker just yet—try tackling the water stains yourself with a mixture of toothpaste and a soft cloth. As the experienced home remodeler Bob Vila suggests, toothpaste can do wonders… more

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