Help!!!! Mark on my coffee table!

(6 Posts)
Lj8893 Thu 06-Mar-14 12:20:45

My coffee table is oak effect (its pretty cheap and I don't really like it but can't afford to replace it right now)

Dp put a glass Pyrex dish on it and its left a large ring mark, I've tried polishing it but its not budging.

Any ideas how to get rid of it?

helzapoppin2 Thu 06-Mar-14 17:24:51

Brown shoe polish?

adagio Thu 06-Mar-14 17:37:20

When you say oak effect do you mean like plastic/laminate conti board or real wood made oak colour?

On wood, I have had some success with brasso polish wadding but it can make a Matt surface more shiny so be cautious or resign yourself to doing the whole top to match, which takes ages. BUT I have no idea what this does to the colour if it's stained as I only did this on a burn on a pine coffee table and a ring on an oak table.

If it's more of a laminate then I am afraid I have no idea.

Mrswellyboot Thu 06-Mar-14 17:38:19

Light sanding (but obv not if its not wood)

Lj8893 Thu 06-Mar-14 22:04:44

Yeah it's like a fake wood laminate job.

Rugbycomet Fri 07-Mar-14 08:24:24

I read that rubbing a Brazil nut, obviously shelled, over the mark, the oils from the nut will help.....

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