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What Causes Temporary Marks on Table, Not Water Marks?



September 30, 2008

I have an Espresso colored dining table and also an espresso dresser. I am experiencing the same problem with both items. Every time anything is set on the table or dresser, I get a spotty looking stain. It eventually goes away but I would like to know what's causing this?
It could be a placemat, napkins, a shirt sitting on my dresser...anything sitting on top of either of these items leave a spotty looking pressure stain..
Does anyone know what causes this?

Jennifer Carrillo
- Ladera Ranch, California, USA



October 2, 2008

A far out question, so here is a wild guess. It is your choice of wax that is the problem. If you are using a spray, consider a carnuba car wax as it is much harder. If you are using a wax, you might try an oil, but I like the wax.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida


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