Tips for Protecting a Wood Tabletop December 01 2014, 0 Comments

I mean, COASTERS! Obviously. It's much easier to prevent a liquid stain on natural wood rather than try to get it out, but I get it... we're not all perfect and some of us haven't purchased our Flox Coasters yet (shameless plug - buy them here for $15!).  Here are some tips that'll help your table looking like a spry piece of freshly polished wood: 

Tips for protecting a wood tabletop. Obviously, having fabulous Flox Coasters placed all around your house makes it much less likely that you'll have to ever deal with a water stain. But for those of you who haven't purchased yet, here are some tips that'll help your table looking like a spry piece of freshly polished wood. #coasters

-Dust Often: regular build up of dust can eventually scratch and make your table less than shiny

-Remove Watermark Rings Gently: chances are watermark rings are ingrained into the wax, not the wood.  Try putting mayonnaise on a soft cloth to rub it out (this is weird but it works!). 

-Place Strategically: Don't place your table near a radiator or other heat source which can eventually cause warping and/or splitting. 

-Have Flox Coasters handy around your house ... an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! 

Pictured above are the Flox 'Numeros' Coasters which come in a set of 4 and are made from 100% recycled rubber in the USA. 

Click here to purchase the Flox Numeros Coasters for $15.00.