To remove adhesive from wood furniture, rub the adhesive with a cotton ball saturated with citrus cleanser, then treat the stubborn spots with WD-40 and rubbing alcohol. This 20-minute procedure requires a razor blade, p... More »

Goo Gone stain remover removes adhesive from wood. It can also be used to remove many types of stains from materials such as car interiors, carpets, walls and more. More »

To remove tape residue from wood, soak the adhesive with vegetable oil, and wipe off the residue with a paper towel. Spray the wood with a solution of dish detergent and white vinegar to remove the oil, then blot the woo... More »

Remove water stains from wood furniture without refinishing using mineral spirits or denatured alcohol to rub the stain. Work in a well-ventilated area. If these solvents do not draw out the water, the other option is re... More »

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Begin removing cat urine from wood furniture as soon as it is found by cleaning the wood with a mixture of oil soap and water. Follow the soap manufacturer’s directions for mixing the cleaning solution. Dry the soap from... More »

Water-based ink stains can be removed by applying rubbing alcohol with a cotton ball to absorb the ink stain, according to COIT Cleaning. Permanent ink can be removed by applying acetone or nail polish remover to the sta... More »

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Remove stains, such as those from a ballpoint pen from a leather jacket using a cotton ball saturated in rubbing alcohol. Spot test the alcohol on the leather first, then apply it directly to the ink. Allow it to sit for... More »