White Heat Marks and Water Rings on Wood Furniture: If the wood has a good finish (don't try on bare wood), mix equal parts of baking soda and regular white, non-gel toothpaste. Lightly dampen corner of a clean, soft white cloth with water and dip into the paste. With circular motion gently buff the marks for a few minutes. Wipe area clean, and buff to a shine. Follow with furniture polish. (If rings remain after buffing five minutes or so, they may have penetrated the wood; you might have to refinish the piece. Or you could do what I would do...put a pretty lace table runner or doilie over it.).
If that doesn't work, dip a cloth in vegetable oil, then in cigarette ashes, then rub it over the mark.
Another method is to rub real mayonnaise onto the stain, allow to sit overnight, then wipe with a dry towel.
Happy Tuesday...we are one day closer to Friday :D
Hugs! Jill Marie