Water spilled on a wood floor might cause a white stain or mark if the water is not wiped up immediately. These unsightly stains aren’t permanent; mayonnaise makes them move away, oftentimes. Use real mayonnaise, rather than similar sandwich spreads, for best results.
Blot the affected region of the floor with paper towels if the water stains are new. Wipe up all of the water to the surrounding parts of the floor that still haven’t been stained from the spill. Skip this step if the floor is dry.
Scoop enough mayonnaise from this jar to spread a layer of mayonnaise over the water stain, using a rubber spatula. Spread the mayonnaise within the affected region so that the stain is completely covered with mayonnaise. Should you need more mayo, use an original spoon to scoop out a few more. Permit the mayonnaise to sit down for at least 30 minutes.
Wipe the broth up with paper towels or a soft fabric. If white spots are visible, then apply more mayonnaise above the affected area and rub it in a touch with a soft fabric. Employ more mayonnaise over the region and let it sit down for an hour or two, applying more if it begins to dry out.
Buff the mayonnaise away with paper towels or a soft fabric. Wipe the floor again with a moist soft cloth to eliminate mayonnaise residue; then immediately dry the region with a fresh fabric to prevent additional moisture damage to the floor’s finish.