by Lecia DeBrine
(last updated February 17, 2014)
Felt is an extremely versatile fabric that can be found in clothing, accessories, and tables. Often times accidents happen and you can get a stain that you have no ides of the origin. Vegetable oil is used in many foods and can transfer to other surfaces easily and without you even knowing. Maybe your felt hat was set on a table that had some lingering oil you used to dip your bread in at lunch, or perhaps during your poker night last week one of the snacks spilled onto the table leaving a little oil spot, both of these stains can be removed by a few different methods.
All of these techniques can be used on either apparel of furniture containing felt, including your pool tables, card table or clothing. For the tables you may want to try the dry method first to protect the wood underneath the felt top, but if this does not work, do not be afraid to try the water methods. Done correctly these will not hurt your table, and will save you from costly repairs.
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