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Remove heat and water rings from varnish, shellac, lacquer, French polish and polyurethane.

Liberon Ring Remover

Item #
24529
Rating:
74% of 100

Those pesky white rings appear everywhere! Hazy marks can occur in certain finishes within 15 minutes! What's happening is that moisture or humidity is getting trapped within the hard finish layer. (If a black mark appears it has penetrated through the finish onto the wood, and a wood bleach will be necessary.) Ring Remover removes white heat and water marks on many hard surfaces, including varnishes, shellacs, lacquer, French polish and polyurethane. One of Liberon's top selling repair products!


Features:
  • Easy to apply! Use a clean lint-free cotton cloth and rub in a circular motion over the mark. Allow to dry to powder before buffing with a soft cloth.
  • For waxed surfaces, first remove the wax with a good cleaner or mineral spirits, then apply Ring Remover. Follow the directions on the bottle, then re-wax the surface with paste wax.
  • After buffing, if the repaired spot is a bit shiny, take a dry Liberon 4/0 steel wool pad to break the shine back down to a matte finish.
  • Shipping Restrictions: Ground Transportation Only
(1) Liberon Ring Remover
More Information
Brand Liberon
Manufacturer Part Number 127RR/125
Weight 0.4000
Technical Documents
Size 125 ml
3.7 / 5.0
47 Reviews
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Great stuff
Bought it for water stain on furniture ,...it works great .love it !
August 10, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
The Liberon Ring Remover easily took the white rings from a hot teapot off my table top. I would recommend this product to anyone with this problem!
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April 16, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Worked beautifully!!
April 6, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Removed water spots
I have a gun stock that got wet during a light rain. Water had spotted the wood and I tried everything I had that should "and shouldn't" have worked "yeah, I was desperate. Anyway, I did some research and ended up buying and using this Liberon Ring Remover product. Here are before and after photos. This stuff is fantastic. The gun is an Anschutz 1712 and new cost is $2,000 at the least. I was very happy to put it back to original condition. While I'm at it, I followed this up with a product called Antiquax and it worked fantastic too. It actually gives the wood a different feel, so smooth.
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January 29, 2019
Purchased
8 months ago
White Heatbspots
It was a great product and it did exactly what they said it would do!

It took off a whit heat spot on my beautiful wood tabel
December 22, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
I would have to say that this product is worth the price of having a top surface looking like new.
It took the water ring off and some other aged marks off my dinette table
January 19, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent results. Took the red ring right off. DT
July 14, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Works like magic
Over the years a nice old drop leaf table had acquired some unsightly rings, both from heat and moisture. I had tried a mixture of mayonnaise and cigarette ashes. Don't know where I read that totally useless and gross tip. Then I googled the problem and up popped Liberon. It works amazingly well. Doesn't even require elbow grease. Table hasn't looked so good since Truman was president.
Antique drop leaf table
Antique drop leaf table
April 29, 2017
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
This product done exactly what it said it was supposed to do. Remove the ring on the table almost immediately.
March 18, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Got all my water marks out of the wood table.
March 12, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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Why did you choose this?
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Have a 1920's antique table that has small scratches and recently just had a glass left on it causing a ring.
Sara Cheek A on Aug 25, 2019
In the hopes that it really removes the white rings left on a dining table.
Donna J on Apr 5, 2019
Have a 1920's antique table that has small scratches and recently just had a glass left on it causing a ring.
Sara Cheek A on Aug 25, 2019
The reviews seemed to indicate it would do the job I need it to do. Can't wait to try it out.
Eddie H on Apr 18, 2019
In the hopes that it really removes the white rings left on a dining table.
Donna J on Apr 5, 2019
reviews
Russell G on Mar 27, 2019
have rings on my wood, this is well reviewed.
Kathleen Bresee A on Mar 26, 2019
Hopefully this product will do what i want it to do
Sean K on Mar 25, 2019
Rings on dining and desk
Laarni S on Mar 23, 2019
Need to try and remove white marks and heat marks from teak table
Mary Jane B on Feb 2, 2019
Had a vision.
Timothy Y on Jan 7, 2019
Read a review from a email from Ron Haselton
Tom A on Jan 1, 2019
Saw on Ron Hazleton's site
Don on Dec 31, 2018
found from google search , hoping reviews are legitimate and it works!
Rachel G on Dec 30, 2018
the reviews made me believe I could make a Harden dining table look like new again after my daughters friend left it with 2 heat rings. I purchased this table ( 60 yrs old) for a very low price and it was in mint condition. I am so upset at the heat ring mishap and need to bring it back to it's "perfect" state. Right now I feel that I have failed the orig. owners ( a Judge and wife). Fingers crossed.
terri d on Dec 27, 2018
Hope it works
mike m on Dec 16, 2018
Can’t find rottenstone anymore
Tomm S on Aug 20, 2018
to remove white heat marks, hopefully it will work
Cheryl M on Apr 18, 2018
Internet referrals coupled with advice from your staff
Michael B on Mar 21, 2018
Remove ring and other discoloration on dresser top and buffet top.
Bruce W on Oct 16, 2017
Don't have to worry about choosing 15 colors, even tho it is more expensive, the reviews were better. It does the job.
Tolson M on Sep 13, 2017
Because a heated bowl left a ring mark on a black wooden table.
The S on Jun 29, 2016
wood rings
Michele B on Nov 1, 2015
My wife put a hot ear of corn on a rather thin paper plate and then placed that on our wood table. Now I have a white corncob shape on my table. A friend of mine recommended this product. So it's worth 20 bucks to see if it works instead of 200 bucks to refinish the table.
Hans N on Jul 6, 2015
yes
Samuel M on May 15, 2015
The reviews seemed to indicate it would do the job I need it to do. Can't wait to try it out.
Eddie H on Apr 18, 2019
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Russell G on Mar 27, 2019
Can this product be used on a table that has been cleaned with furniture polish for 50 years? Probably containing wax...
Fran F on Oct 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This product didn’t work on our table. It didn’t get past the finish where I believe this product works best
Will this work on black furniture?
Joshua R on Dec 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No I did not have much luck ! It may work if the stains are small & not deep into the wood.
I have a large wood window frame that has some sort of cherry color stain on it but I don’t think it was sealed with anything (because of this I don’t clean it with a wet rag like I would a coffee table or a desk). There are a couple splatter stains on it from a product I used on the window that spilled on it and an old cup ring too. I’ve been afraid to try and get rid of them because I don’t want to make it worse and rub off the cherry color stain any further. They look light with dark outlines. Will this work?
nanogirl on Feb 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If there is no finish (shellac, Lacquer, Poly, etc) on the frame , I would not use this product. You may be able to lightly sand the area with 220 grit paper or finer and apply more stain. Apply thinly and wipe off quickly.
We have a large wood window frame that has some sort of cherry color stain on it but I don’t think it was sealed with anything (in fact I think because of this it’s had a lot of natural wearing off unlike a coffee table or a desk would). There are a couple splatter stains on it from a mold remover product I used on the window that spilled on it and an old cup ring too. I’ve been afraid to try and get rid of them because I don’t want to make it worse and rub off the cherry color stain any further. They look light with dark outlines. Will this work and how would I apply it for this specific situation?
nanogirl on Jan 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I never give a recommendation without seeing the situation.
There are several things that need to be determined upon inspection, such as species of wood and exact finish.
It may be more practical to restore the entire finish as you say it has not been sealed and only has color on it
But again without at least an image, it’s not possible to make an honest option