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Lazyman

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#1 posted 03-07-2018 11:58 PM

That really doesn’t look like damage due to water. More like an abrasion. No matter what you do, any repairs are going to be visible but obviously not as visible as it is now. Simplest repair would probably be to use a furniture scratch repair marker or crayon set (like these) that comes with several colors so you can find one that gets close to the color of the stain. Most home improvement or hardware stores carry some and some furniture stores may have them as well.

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