By Angie38 from Portsmouth, OH
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By Anonymous 08/25/2010
Oh how I so want to know if you're talking about linoleum in you home and how it ended up with bicycle tire marks. ;-) An eraser will definitely do the duty.
You could rub the floor with a uncoloured rubber soled shoe or an eraser. When I was a custodian, I used this often and it worked great esp since I always wore rubber soled shoes!
Mr.Clean Magic Erasers. Yay. You'll be truly amazed. I always have them handy, store brands too. They erase anything from anything. Like roofing tar from white siding for instance!
By kimnwill88 08/21/2010
Make a paste of baking soda and water, and scrub in a circular motion. My grandmother used to make me do this to my church shoes when they had scuffs, and it works for a lot of things.
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Jan from Geneva, IL
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