HalfPint is a trusted home cook.
Have you tried rubbing out the stains with some cooking oil?
I'm willing to try! Barkeepers friend, dish soap and Dow scrubbing bubbles doesn't seem to do much. Thanks!
My other suggestion is Goo Gone which is made with orange oil.
I think you can make a paste of trisodium phosphate and bleach to remove mildew stains. Might work for walnut stains.
Pegeen is a trusted home cook.
If the tree is yours, you might want to consider having it removed because of the toxicity of black walnut roots to some other plants. Tree removal can be expensive, but black walnuts are very messy trees. You should be able to sell the wood.
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