Turns out I was right. I "patched" the streaks and I think it looks way better. If you have wood that might be helped, this does the trick.
They make "furniture crayons" for fixing mars and scratches that are sold at the dollar stores. Their color choices are limited, so you might have to go to a hardware or big-box store. But one of these of your own might just do the trick. N-JOY!
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For scratches on wooden tables, picture frames or anything wooden, take a teaspoon of instant coffee, add a couple of drops of hot water (just enough to make a thick paste).
I used a crayon designed for covering up gray roots to fix a picture frame. This crayon is activated with water and goes on more smoothly than a regular crayon.
Wood flooring is generally quite durable, but it can get scratches over time. This is a page about repairing scratches on wood floors.