One of which was on our coffee table which was hiding in a corner away from falling bricks and potential builder's damage. But, I have to say that the pot plant didn't suffer as much as the table did.
|Water marks on our poor coffee table |
from an over-watered pot plant
I like the thought of this succeeding - I'd prefer to try this eco-friendlier method than some chemical laced solution.
|Mayo to the rescue?|
But, I don't give up easily, and the table kept shoving itself into my face. So, a couple of days later I smeared some more mayo on the table - a generous amount this time. And I walked away from it.
|I left the mayo on the table overnight and this is|
what it looked like the next morning
This is what it looks like now. The water marks in the centre, and in odd spots round the table are gone and the main one on the edge will probably get another dose of mayo before I call it a day. But there is a definite improvement, don't you think?
If the outer one is still visible then I'm going to call in RMan with his orbital sander and some very fine sand paper. At least I'll know that the table has had some treatment prior to being sanded down a little...