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Rejuvenate Wood Stain Remover Marker Pens


Wood Stain Remover Marker Pens

$497 /each
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Product Overview

The Rejuvenate Wood Stain Remover Marker Pens instantly and safely remove unpleasant dark marks and white ring stains from any wood surface. They leave the finish looking brand new. This pack includes two markers, one for dark wood and one for light wood.

  • Eliminates ugly stains instantly
  • Great for all wood furniture
  • Instantly removes ring marks left from water and hot cups
  • Easy-to-use
  • Covers and removes white water ring stains on wood floors and furniture

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Patching and Repair Product
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Wood Restoration
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Customer Questions & Answers

is this good for light water /liquid stains on wood?

Asked by: vonny83
I/m not sure. You could try it. If it doesn't work, I think they make a product for that too.
Answered by: Bella
Date published: 2017-06-13

Will this work to remove stain applied by rejuvenate touch up markers?

Color was wrong and can't get it off
Asked by: Jami
I'm not sure, maybe. You can try it and wipe it off. I would think you would use some other product, but working with wood is tricky.
Answered by: Bella
Date published: 2017-06-13
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Customer Reviews

Wood Stain Remover Marker Pens is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rejuvenate Wood Stain Remover Had a telephone stand from the 1940's that I was going to strip and refinish because of the water stain but decided to give tha Rejuvenate Whte Ring & Ink Remover a try. I tested an inconspicous area first. I used the white pen and rubbed back and forth with the grain and covered the entire area completely and let it dry for 20 minutes. I took some furniture polish, sprayed it onto a clean cloth and rubbed softly over the area. It looked like new. The product performed as promised and saved me hours of work.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another hit from Rejuvenat This like all products from Rejuvenate are an absolute hit with me. I wish they came in a larger size for me to handle commercial touch ups that come through my shop. I have found nothing that handles water rings and other small faded areas better. This is a good product for families with children that needs to handle those "Oops, I forgot." moments. It works just as well for grandparents after those family came to visit issues.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Better on Fresher Ink The dining table has an ink mark caused by a marker pen and it is about three months old. First I tried the Rejuvenate pen on this mark and it initially seemed to start working but then it stalled. I went over and over the mark with the pen but it has not removed it. I deliberately drew a line with a marker on a finished piece of wood yesterday and left it overnight to dry. Today I used the Rejuvenate pen to remove the mark successfully. It took about five minutes of effort and I videoed it. Because watching this is about the most boring thing in the world I edited down to show progress and highlights so grab your popcorn and enjoy! I will have another go at the mark on the dining table but I want to let the Rejuvenate deposit dry fully first. I conclude that the Rejuvenate product does work very well but it is better on newer stains. I did not try out the white stain remover.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Wood Stain Remover Marker Pens by Rejuvenate I really love my wood stain remover marker pens by Rejuvenate! They are a product that you must have on hand in your home. The package comes with six colors. They have a color for every finish or you can mix a couple to make it more exact if necessary. The pens are very easy to use. Just fill the scratch and wipe gently with a cloth or I use a paper towel. I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for those little scratches Great for those little scratches that are on your floor or table. really easy to use and quick. the longer you let sit the better it hides the imperfection on what your working on. I highly recommend this to anyone that has a nice table or a good floor that needs a little touch up . blends in and makes it look great . let it cure though so it doesn't fade.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Worked! A couple years ago, I took a corn on the cobb off of my child's plate and put it on a napkin on my formal dining room table. After dinner I noticed that there was a white outline of the corn that wouldn't rub off or buff out. When I read the description of this product I decided to give it a shot. When I first started using it the white marker felt dry and nothing seemed to be happening. As a result I ended up putting way too much on. (So just trust that it is working and don't pile on the oil or whatever it is.) I wasn't convinced it would do anything because it didn't look at all like the pictures on the product (where the marker seems to be coloring in the white.) I let it dry and came back to find it completely missing - no white marks! I scrubbed with my normal wood oil and buffed it out really well (including taking a little of the stuff off that I had put too much on) and afterward you cant see it at all! I was so surprised! In the end, I found a product that actually worked for me and am happy to recommend it.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Did remove some of the white water stains I applied carefully as directed the Rejuvenate White Ring and Water Stain Remover Pen to our natural oak dining table that had white rings on it, probably from glasses of ice water sitting there. I carefully moved the pen back and forth over the white ring, watching for the ring to disappear. I had photographed the rings beforehand. They did not disappear. I waited until the ring area air dried completely as the directions indicate. The rings were still there, just as pronounced, and now with a shiny surface over them. Then a funny thing happened — overnight the white rings became less pronounced. I went over them again with the Rejuvenate White Ring and Water Stain Remover Pen, despite the admonition on the pen and its package “DO NOT use on Rejuvenate surfaces.” This time I was extra careful to be gentle going over the rings with the grain of the wood. The rings became more faint. I let the ring area air dry completely, and then applied gently the Rejuvenate White Ring and Water Stain Remover Pen a third time. After air drying, the rings are still visible, but considerably less so. There is a shiny surface where I’ve applied the Rejuvenate White Ring and Water Stain Remover. Perhaps that will blend in over time. The Rejuvenate White Ring and Water Stain Remover did remove some of the white water stains from our oak table.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Great I used this to try and repair an old water ring stain left on an old sewing cabinet I inherited. It lessened the contrast of the stain a bit, but not completely or effectively, in my opinion. Keep in mind this is an antique, 100+ years old and the water ring has been there a very long time and I wasn't sure what to expect. I didn't try the dark stain remover, or try this on a simpler light stain, because I don't have any, we use coasters. This spot does leave a shiny spot you need to use a different product to remove.
Date published: 2016-04-26
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