Removing Clorox Stains From Vinyl Flooring

While using clorox cleaner on a vinyl floor, I got a call and had to leave for a while, forgetting the cleaner on the floor. Now it's got brownish stains on it. Is there any way to clean this type of stain? Thanks for any help!

Bill

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August 18, 20070 found this helpful

You might try saturating the brown spots with hydrogen peroxide. Let the peroxide sit for quite a while, perhaps renewing it, if it dries up. When/if the spots disappear, wash the area well, with soap and water.

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February 9, 20100 found this helpful

You need to keep in mind that you "bleached your floor" not stained it. If you spilled hair dye on your flooring that would "stain" it. Perhaps you could cut that part of the floor out and patch it if you have left over flooring? Good luck!

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