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How to Remove Black Spots from Wood 2016-11-27T13:59:47+00:00

How to Remove Black Spots from Wood

Oak wood  contains a very high amount of tannic acid naturally. Black spots are formed when the wood is exposed to metal and moisture.  Like  a wet glass or leaky vase. This causes a chemical reaction from the tannic acid and water.  The chemical reaction leaves black spots on your wood.

WOCA Tannin Spot Neutralizer removes black spots in just 5 easy steps.

How to remove black spots from wood
Wipe with cloth wrung in lukewarm water.
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Step 1

Spray WOCA Tannin Spot Neutralizer evenly on the stain directly from the bottle. Leave to dissolve for approx. 30-60 minutes.

Step 2

Wipe with a damp cloth that has been wrung in lukewarm water.

Step 3

The surface must be completely dry.

Step 4

Apply the original surface finish, e.g. wood oil, wood soap or wax, to protect of the surface.

Step 5

Wipe off all excess oil using a lint-free cotton cloth.

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