How To Remove And Fix White Rings From The Apple Homepod
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Editor's note: This article was excerpted from Bob Flexner's article 'How to Remove Watermarks' Photo: Jon Chase (The Wirecutter) Light marks are milky-white and are caused by moisture getting into the finish and creating voids that interfere with the finish's transparency.
To remove milky-white watermarks, you need either to consolidate the finish (eliminate the voids) to the point that the transparency is reestablished or cut the film back to below the damage.Success is not predictable, but in general, a white watermark is easier to remove in the following circumstances: The finish is newer.
The shorter the time the watermark has been in the finish.The shallower the damage goes into the finish.Here are the best ways to remove milky-white watermarks, arranged in order from the least damaging (and generally least effective) to the potentially most damaging.
Apply an oily substance Apply an oily substance, such as furniture polish, petroleum jelly or mayonnaise, to the damaged area and allow the liquid or gel to remain overnight.The oil will often restore some of the transparency (by filling some of the microscopic voids) but seldom all of it.
Heat the finish Heat the finish with a bl*w dryer or heat gun to soften the finish so it consolidates.This may restore...