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How do I repair a warped spot from water on a wood table?

by stbrennan stbrennan Last activity date:
June 10th, 2008

Water sat on the table overnight. The spot (light oak wood)discolored and got about four/five "pimple like size" bubbles. Is there any way to repair this myself?

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Wayne A
To get rid of the bubbles, you could try a warm iron placed on a rag or towel and set on hte area with the bubbles. This would dry all the moisture from the wood. Then using a super fine sandpaper #0000 you could try to buff the stain off. It depends how deep the moisture has gone down into the wood. I would recommend contacting a furniture refinisher to take a look at your table to see if this can be done with ease.
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