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Removing Stains Transferred from Subfloor to Linoleum

How do I remove stains on linoleum flooring? They are from the plywood floor beneath the linoleum. It is a pink/red colored ink like stuff that is all around the border of plywood and it just seeped through to the linoleum flooring. I've tried everything!

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By Cheryl from Huntsville, AL

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June 17, 20110 found this helpful

After trying spray cleaner, rubbing alcohol, fingernail polish remover, and you see that it isn't working, then I would do the following after rinsing the floor off:

Rub the area with superfine (number 0000) steel wool dipped in liquid floor wax.

Wash the area with soapy water, dry, then wax as usual.

Hope this helps!

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