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YOU no longer have to worry about placing your drink down without a coaster.
Cleaning expert Armen Adamjan posted a video revealing how he removes water rings from his tabletops in just seconds.
According to Bona, water rings form when moisture from a cup or glass penetrates the protective finish on the wood.
Rings can form from both hot and cold items.
To get the wood back to normal, Adamjan first wet a cloth and squeezed out any excess water.
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He then placed the damp cloth so it covered the water rings.
Once the cloth was laid out on top of the rings, he used an iron to steam over them.
Bona said to lightly use the iron on the lowest setting, checking the stains every 10 or so seconds.
If you don't have an iron handy, they said you can also use a hairdryer for the trick.
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"With a hairdryer, set it to low and go back and forth over the stain for about 10 minutes."
Many viewers loved Adamjan's trick, saying: "You are the best!" and "Thanks for sharing."
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"Ok but the water rings thing is genius I need to try this."
"I use a blowdryer really close to the wood….takes the rings out."
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