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 »

Wood paneling that has been fixed to walls can be removed by prying it away from the wall. If the paneling was fixed to the wall with glue, an adhesive remover might be needed. No other special tools are required, and it... 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 » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

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 »

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 »

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 » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal