Repairing Water Damage on an Engineered Hardwood Floor?

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Unlike solid hardwood flooring, engineered hardwood has a veneer of hardwood over a backing of another material. Repair to this flooring will depend on the type and extent of the damage. This is a page about repairing water damage on an engineered hardwood floor.
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October 1, 2008

How do you get rid of white blotches on an engineered wood floor? I think it maybe from moisture. It is a Mannington engineered floor.

Susan from Jackson, NJ

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May 17, 20090 found this helpful
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I've seen that an equal combination of vinegar and olive oil rubbed on with a clean cloth would remove white spots on furniture so that might work. I'd suggest being very careful to not leave the floor oily so people won't slip and fall.

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My HVAC leaked water onto my floor while I was away from home. Now those pieces of wood have a ripple effect. How do I repair back to the smooth glossy look?

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