So we have this very expensive wooden dining room table. It’s from a big-name furniture store and gives every impression of being very well-made. It has an inlaid top that looks to me like it was finished well (extremely shiny, never had any trouble cleaning normal spills off it, never got stained, etc.)
However, one of our cats decided to pee on the fabric table runner that we had on the table. We didn’t discover this until some number of days after the fact.
Now, very sadly, there is distinct pee oder coming from that area of the table, and a few of the inlays are lifting up just a tad at the edge.
Is there anything that can be done? I’m assuming that the pee somehow soaked through the finish and down into the wood, although there seems to be no noticable change to the finish itself (no cracks are visible, no discoloration, etc.).
Any suggestions or known ways to save the table?
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