Woodworks with Petroleum Jelly
13.Wood Watermarks Remover
Spilled some water on your favorite mahogany table? Oop! Watermark rings on your wood are unsightly and if not handled well, can remain as permanent stains. However, if you have petroleum jelly, apply it to the affected area and wipe it off after a couple of hours.
Hearing some creaking noise from your furniture? Well, petroleum is a perfect alternative to oil. Just place it in areas that require lubrication such as joints. This makes your furniture work well and smoothly since petroleum jelly works the same as oil in many instances. Works on door hinges, too! I just tried.
Candles stain surfaces with dripping wax and removing these stains can be cumbersome. However, if you have petroleum jelly, apply it on the affected surface; it will make it easier for you to remove the dried wax and without any damage as well.