Apple’s HomePod is an amazing speaker, but it comes at a price. Not just a dollar amount, but also the toll it could take on your finished wooden furniture. If you’ve discovered white rings appearing on your furniture (or have heard about this phenomenon and want to prevent it), here’s what you can do. Wait, What’s the Problem? RELATED ARTICLEHow to Stop the HomePod from Reading Your Text Messages to Other People Many HomePod owners have witnessed their new smart speakers leaving weird cloudy white ring marks on their wooden furniture—specifically, wooden furniture finished with some type of oil. According to Apple’s support page, the company says it’s “not unusual” for the base of the HomePod to leave ring marks on some wooden surfaces, which is due to the oils in the finish diffusing when the silicone base of the HomePod sits on the surface for any length of time. This issue can also happen with other objects, including other speakers, so it’s certainly not a specific problem with the HomePod—but rather how the wood finish reacts to silicone and other materials in general. In any case, you’re not completely out of luck and there are some ways to fix… Read full this story
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